[Trombone-l] Urinetown (the musical)

Harlan Feinstein harlan at feinsteins.net
Fri Apr 6 13:16:09 CST 2018

This show, and this book, are great fun.  I know folks have managed to do
it all on one instrument, but there's a solid case for using 2-3

- There are sixteenth-note trills and what-not for the euphonium part,
which wouldn't sound the same approximated on slide. (listen to "Cop Song")
- There's stuff with prominent solotone lines, and if you tried to cut out
tenor, I don't know how you'd make that work.  (listen to "Mr. Cladwell")
- On the other end, there's low cup mute stuff that bottoms out on tenor,
in my experience.


On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 11:27 AM, Elisabeth Mandel via Trombone-l <
trombone-l at trombonelist.org> wrote:

> All:
> I was asked to recommend a student to perform with the college production
> of Urinetown. Of course the person with the books and my schedule don't
> line up at all and I've never played it.
> All I know is that its tenor/bass trombone and euph.
> Does anyone have more information about the challenges to this book? Is it
> OK on only F attachment, or does it really need a good bass player. Range?
> How good of a euph player? I'm happy to have my kids share the book if
> needed, but I'd like them to have fun.
> Thank you!!
> Liz
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