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Lassus Trombone for Brass Quintet

Composer
Henry Fillmore Arranged by Keith Terrett
Arranger
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Brass quintet
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An arrangement of Lassus Trombone for Brass Quintet.

Fillmore wrote over 250 pieces and arranged orchestrations for hundreds more. He published under a variety of pseudonyms, including Gus Beans, Harold Bennett, Ray Hall, Harry Hartley, Al Hayes, and Henrietta Moore. Only the name Will Huff caused any issues, as another Will Huff composed marches and resided in Fillmore’s state.

While best known for march music and screamers, he also wrote waltzes, foxtrots, hymns, novelty numbers, and overtures. Fillmore’s best known compositions include: "The President’s March" "The Footlifter" "Americans We" "Men of Ohio" "His Honor" "The Klaxon" "Lassus Trombone" "(We’re) Men of Florida" "Military Escort" "Mt. Healthy" "The Crosley March" "Noble Men" "Orange Bowl March" "Rolling Thunder March" "The Circus Bee" "King Karl King"

Fillmore gained fame as the "Father of the Trombone Smear’’, writing a series of 15 novelty tunes featuring trombone smears called "The Trombone Family". A number of these have a strong ragtime influence. All of Fillmore’s trombone rags are as follows:

Music to Fillmore’s popular "Trombone Family" series "Miss Trombone" (1908) "Teddy Trombone" (1911) "Lassus Trombone" (1915) "Pahson Trombone" (1916) "Sally Trombone" (1917) "Slim Trombone" (1918) "Mose Trombone" (1919) "Shoutin’ Liza Trombone" (1920) "Hot Trombone" (1921) "Bones Trombone" (1922) "Dusty Trombone" (1923) "Bull Trombone" (1924) "Lucky Trombone" (1926) "Boss Trombone" (1929) "Ham Trombone" (1929)

Occasionally, as in "The Footlifter" credit, Fillmore wrote with the name Harold Bennett.

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