A collection of trombonesolo's. Nineteen of the most innovating, experimenting, cutting edge and contemporary but also traditionalistic and classical trombonists of the world. For some is this the first solorecording out there, for others a new one in a long line.
In the words of Philip Corner:
So-many trombones in-the-world! They made-me learn-it in
HighSchool i wanted the fremchhorn but they needed long-arms.
As fate woud hav-it, a blessing. (Howmany newmusic horn
players do-yu-know?) But o the trombonists! I knew ther wer a-lot
but i did not know them, all-ov-them. Now i know-more.
Manymore. And i am there---here!--- among many of my good-old-
frends “bonys”. And since i do-not hav any mor old recordings---
Hilary and Jim hav used-up all my music and i am not playing
anymore I write a new score for my new-frend Rutger, and he iz
. (ths iz goood) -----