Rick Stout - Trombone

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Rick Stout 4:
Inner Diameter: 1.024" (Compares to Bach 4G)
Outer Diameter: 1.545"
Cup: Deep
Bore: .290"
 
Rick Stout 5:
Inner Diameter: 1.014" (Compares to Bach 5G)
Outer Diameter: 1.545"
Cup: Deep
Bore: .290"

"The Warburton RS4 is the result of literally years of design and testing. It is a great all-around mouthpiece for the modern tenor trombone player. The generous yet not oversized rim allows a fullness of tone, while a standard sized cup depth and throat provide great clarity. I know of no other mouthpiece that gets the response in articulation of this with such a full and even tone from pedal F to high F. It is a terrific piece for solo playing and lead orchestral playing, yet has enough body of tone that I use it on second trombone parts on a daily basis."

- Rick Stout 

 

Richard Stout joined the trombone section of The Cleveland Orchestra at the beginning of the 2000-2001 season. He was a member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra from 1988 to 2000, serving as principal trombone from 1998 to 2000 and second trombone from 1988 to 1998. He has also been principal trombone of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and was a faculty member of the Eastern Music Festival for twelve years.

Mr. Stout was born in Chicago and raised in Texas. He studied at Rice University in Houston and holds a bachelor’s degree from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He has performed as soloist with the Jacksonville Symphony and at the Eastern Music Festival. Mr. Stout joined the faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2001. In addition to teaching trombone, he also serves as director of CIM brass ensembles. Mr. Stout is a founding member of the National Brass Virtuosi and a frequent recitalist with his wife, pianist Christina Dahl.