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Prof. Aldo Caterina, Music Conservatory "F. Morlacchi" Perugia-Italy
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Brian Wendel
David Binder
Ricardo Santos
David Murray

Trombone Exercise Library Project, (aka T.E.L.P.), was created for all people who trombone! This collection of tenor and bass trombone fundamentals aims to foster better and more productive practice, by employing over 4 hours of accurate and fun backup tracks, progressive organization, and a clear layout for easy navigation.

Ilan Morgenstern

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Backup Track Audio Samples:

Warm Up 1 sample
ArtiFlex 2 fast sample
High Range Melody 1A sample
Simple Slur 1 sample
EF2 sample
BassBone 1A fast sample

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Prof. Aldo Caterina, Music Conservatory "F. Morlacchi" Perugia-Italy

"I would like to congratulate you for the beautiful work done with the book T.E.L.P. I bought it a little more than a month ago and I started to experiment it first on myself and then together with some students of my trombone class at the Conservatory of Music of Perugia. What to say...exceptional! You have managed to summarize all the fundamental work that every professional trombonist, or who aspires to become one, wants to do" Prof. Aldo Caterina, Music Conservatory "F. Morlacch