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Trombone


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Sackbut
   means   
An Ancestor to the Modern Trombone
Used in the Baroque
Christopher Rouse
   composed   
Trombone Concerto
B.1949; winner of Pulitzer Prize, 1993
Bill Watrous
   is associated with the   
Trombone
Delfeayo Marsalis
   is associated with the   
Trombone
Brother to Wynton and Branford
The Trombone
   is a member of the   
Brass Section
A musical instrument having a a telescopic slide with which the player varies the length of the tube to change pitches. Most common types are tenor and bass trombones. other types include contrabass trombone, alto trombone, soprano trombone, sopranino and piccolo trombone, valve trombone and superbone (having both a slide and valves).
The Bass Trombone
   is a member of the   
Brass Section
A musical instument pitched in B-flat which is identical in length to a tenor trombone but having a wider bore to aid in the production of a fuller, weightier tone in the low register and one or two valves to lower the key 12' F, G, G flat, E, E flat or D.
Christopher Rouse
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
Trombone Concerto
1993
Slush-Pump
   means   
Trombone
Tram
   means   
Trombone
Maynard Ferguson
   is associated with the   
Trombone
Valve trombone
76
   has the bingo call   
Trombones
Seventy-Six Trombones
   featured in the film   
The Music Man (1962)
76
   is the number of   
Trombones Led the Big Parade
'Seventy-Six Trombones' by Meredith Willson is the signature song from the musical play 'The Music Man' (1957)






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