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Blue Bells Of Scotland - Arthur Pryor/Tim Higgins  

 ​Trombone Solo with Band Accompaniment  Grade 3 (Medium)  6 min 20 sec

One of the most well-known of all Scottish folksongs. The song was arranged by Arthur Pryor for trombone with accompaniment. This version is usually called Blue Bells of Scotland. It is most commonly played with a piano or concert band, but has also been performed with orchestra or brass band. Although the exact date is disputed due to some naming questions, Arthur Pryor probably composed his solo setting around 1899.

Tim (Timothy) Higgins currently serves as the San Francisco Symphony’s Principal Trombone and holder of the Robert L. Samter Chair. He was previously acting second trombone with the National Symphony. A Houston native, Mr. Higgins graduated from Northwestern University and has performed with the Milwaukee, Virginia, and Chicago symphonies, the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Washington National Opera, and the Baltimore Symphony. In 2005, he won the Robert Marsteller Competition and the ITA Trombone Quartet Competition, both part of the International Trombone Association. 

Printed Score and Parts (includes both scores)  (B150131)                     $90.00

Printed Full Score - Letter Size  (B150131PFS)                                          $26.00
Printed Full Score - Ledger Size  (B150131PLGFS)                                   $35.00

Score and Parts Download (includes both scores)  (B150131DL)            $65.00

Full Score - Letter Size (only) Download  (B150131FS)                             $22.00

Full Score - Ledger Size (only) Download  (B150131LGFS)                  $28.00

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