Publisher of Music for Brass
Cherry Classics Music was established as a publisher of fine music for Brass Instruments in 1999. Presently there are over 700 fine arrangements and original compositions for Brass Solo and Brass Ensembles in the catalog from some of the “best in the business”.
Our selections of arrangements for Brass instruments have been chosen to aspire to the highest quality. The music in the Cherry Classics catalog ranges in difficulty from intermediate to very advanced (professional).
Excellent service for our customers is of prime importance. We are always striving to be innovative. We strive to deliver our orders as efficiently time-wise and cost-wise as possible. Therefore, most of our catalog is now available for digital download allowing our customers immediate access to their music.
Free PDFs and MP3s
We invite you to search our catalog and check out our free PDF and mp3 samples.
Gordon Cherry had been running Cherry Classics for over 20 years. He is a leading professional Trombonist in North America, having performed as Principal Trombonist of the Vancouver Symphony, and the CBC Radio Orchestra. As well, Gordon has taught hundreds of Brass students for over 30 years at the University of British Columbia and many international leading music festivals.
Shipping and Returns
If you have any questions about the music or your order from Cherry Classics please contact Gordon Cherry: Phone or Fax: 604-261-5454 (Pacific Time) Email: gcherry@CherryClassics.com
Our Address:5462 Granville Street Vancouver, B.C. V6M 3C3 CANADA
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If a purchase has been made in error or if you are unhappy with your music from, Cherry Classics , please send an e-mail to info@Cherry-Classics.com and we will correct this error as quickly as possible. If the situation cannot be resolved to your satisfaction, Cherry Classics Music will graciously issue you a refund as long as we are notified within 30 days of your purchase! Credit card purchases will be refunded by credit card and Check purchases will be refunded by Check.
We want you to be happy with your music purchase. Therefore, take 30 days after we ship your order to make sure you are completely satisfied. If for any reason you are not, return any product and we will refund its purchase price. We will also refund shipping costs if the return is due to our error or the product is defective. Credit card purchases will be refunded by credit card credit. Check purchases will be refunded by check.
Read what the professionals have to say about Rangebuilding on the Trombone:
"…Profound insights about the correct approach to the high range, as well as admonitions about common traps. The exercises and the technical suggestions are presented undogmatically, allowing considerable latitude and ingenuity from each player. . . I am already recommending it to my students.. . Contains a number of ideas not previously in print. Milt Stevens, Principal Trombonist, National Symphony Orchestra, Washington D.C.
"Don’t leave home without it!! Absolutely Essential!! All-comprehensive regarding the development of the high range. I like it!" Bill Watrous, Jazz Recording Artist
"I found your approaches thoughtful and practical, developing physical responses and strength, ear sensitivity, intellectual awareness resulting in a more secure, expanded natural upper register…Exercises and dialogue mixed–GOOD IDEA– students are more apt to read the stuff!!! I’ll use it!!" Tom Everett, Director of Bands, Harvard University Founder, International Trombone Association
"…Contains all the elements conducive to good results, and is compiled in a concise and easy-to-use manner… A most valuable addition to the trombonist’s study materials… I know of no other book like it. Bravo!" Byron Peebles, Principal Trombone, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
"…In today’s music performance, development of playing skills in the high range is mandatory… To my knowledge, no book anywhere covers as you have the development of playing skills in the upper register of the Trombone… Could make all of the difference in building or rebuilding an embouchure. I would strongly recommend this concise book, with a most important preface to all Trombonists from the slightly advanced level on through the professional stage…" David Uber, Trombonist, Composer, Teacher