In Friedebald Graefe’s Concerto for Trombone and orchestra in Bb major the composer emphasized his “civil” intentions by establishing a dialogue between triumphant brass passages and lyrical string episodes. In the second movement an energetic, sweeping melody is developing, reminiscent of Wagner, with typical trombone ornamentation. In the third movement the composer leads his instrument to magnificent self-glorification.
This edition for Trombone and Piano is in one document, with page turns pre-set. All you need to do is print a double sided copy and hand the piano part to your accompanist. Check out some samples, then you can grab a PDF download above.