Georgiy Ivanovich Strautman (1939–2007) — wonderful musician, trombonist, conductor, composer and teacher, whose tribute to the Leningrad-Petersburg winds-playing art is rightfully considered inestimable. Being a man of profound pedagogical experience he managed to breed up several generations of wind players for music theatres and symphony orchestras in Russia. Strautman was making for progressive trends in educative process.
Georgiy Strautman arranged classics for trombone and wind ensembles, thus forming the golden educational and concert collection for wind performers.
This exact collection belongs to his inexhaustible heritage, for all the pieces represented are a great success among musicians and listeners.
Both volumes of Strautman’s arrangements and compositions would be hopefully useful for the students of senior forms in music schools and colleges, so as for mature trombonists.
A. Rubinstein. MELODY. Arranged for trombone and piano by G. Strautman. To study music text: score, part
A. Arutyunyan. IMPROMPTU. Arranged for trombone and piano by G. Strautman
A. Vlasov. TO THE FOUNTAIN OF THE BAKHCHISARAI PALACE. Edited for trombone and piano by G. Strautman
G. Strautman. SASHA. Polka for trombone and piano
A. Vivaldi. CANZONETTA. Edited for trombone and piano by G. Strautman
J.-B. Senaille. VIVACE. Arranged for trombone and piano by G. Strautman