This timeless classic from the Beatles is presented here in an arrangement for four trombones. It can really be considered as a solo feature for the lead trombonist, with accompaniment provided by the other three. Aside from some of the rhythmic demands of the melody, the range is not too taxing for any of the four parts for players of an intermediate skill level.
Flexibility: This arrangement will work in multiple contexts. Any of the four parts could be alternatively played by any other bass clef instruments: Euphonium, Bassoon, Cello, and the Bass Trombone part is well suited to be played by Tuba if desired.
Additionally, this entire arrangement conforms to the original artist’s recording in Key and Form. If desired, this chart could be used along with a pianist or a rhythm section if desired to fill things out a bit further.