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Forty Progressive Etudes For Trombone by Sigmund Hering, pub. Carl Fischer


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Includes CD with Etudes performed by John Drew.

One of the most prolifically published brass pedagogues of the twentieth century, Sigmund Herrings 40 Progressive Etudes is recognized as a standard publication with forty etudes that are perfect for the developing trombone or baritone player. Ideal for intermediate students, each etude is written in a progressive manner to challenge students as they improve. This revised edition contains MP3 recordings of every etude performed by John Drew, Professor of Trombone at Florida State University.

Sigmund Hering was a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, Vienna.  In 1923 he became the first trumpet in the Cleveland Orchestra, and in 1925 he accepted a similar position with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the leadership of Leopold Stokowski.  In addition, Mr. Hering was on the faculty of the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia.  His books of study have been published throughout the United States and Europe.

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