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Trombone part from Hold On Hold Tight

4 minutes
Rock and Pop Music

Notes on the parts: Vocals: There are parts for a female lead vocal with a back-up group of three male singers. Back-up entrances are marked clearly; aside from the C section notated for bass clef, the back-ups should sing one octave lower. Strings: This is primarily for violins, but it is written for possible adaptation with a fuller section (e.g., viola and/or cello). Bass: Slap technique can be employed in various places at the player’s choice. Drums: The written part is a starting point that suggests the groove (along with the bass); other fills may be added.

Notes on performance: 1. For a slightly shorter version, you can go directly from the second verse (B section) to the instrumental break (C section). 2. I have written several suggestions for the instrumental break (respectively, for the back-up vocalists, strings, and horn section). These are not to be played/sung simultaneously; they are merely scored that way for convenience. They can be sequenced in any way, even adding improvised solos if desired (for piano, guitar, etc.). As the horn section break is written for the second ending, this is probably the best way to end the break and lead into the next section.

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