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  1. Trombone - Wikipedia

    The trombone is a musical instrument in the brass family. As with all brass instruments, sound is produced when the player's vibrating lips (embouchure) cause the air column inside the instrument to vibrate.

    • The trombone originates in the mid 15th century. Until the early 18th century it was called a sackbut in English. In Italian it was always called trombone, and in German, posaune.
  2. Types of trombone - Wikipedia

    The cimbasso is a brass instrument in the trombone family, with a sound ranging from warm and mellow to dark and menacing. It has three to six piston or rotary valves, a predominantly cylindrical bore, and in its modern incarnation is most often pitched in F, though models are available in E♭, C, and occasionally B♭.

  3. The trombone is a brass horn musical instrument. It is similar to a large trumpet, except the player pushes and pulls on slide to change the length of the tube. Together with vibrations from the player's lips, the trombone can play a wide range of notes. It sounds deeper than a trumpet and is usually said to be one of the bass clef instruments.

  4. FN Trombone - Wikipedia

    The FN Browning Trombone is a pump-action long takedown rifle designed by John M. Browning in 1919, patented on 1 August 1922 and manufactured by Fabrique Nationale d'Herstal Belgium from 1922 to 1974.

  5. Trombone Shorty - Wikipedia

    Troy Andrews (born January 2, 1986), also known by the stage name Trombone Shorty, is an American musician, producer, actor and philanthropist from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is best known as a trombone and trumpet player but also plays drums, organ, and tuba. He has worked with some of the biggest names in rock, pop, jazz, funk, and hip hop.

  6. Rusty trombone - Wikipedia

    Rusty trombone is an act in which a man stands with his knees and back slightly torqued with feet at least shoulder width apart to expose his anus. A person typically kneels behind the man and performs anilingus while reaching up beneath the testicles or around the body to manually administer rapid up and down motions of the penis, mimicking the motions of a trombone player.

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  8. Trombone suicide - Wikipedia

    Trombone suicide is a type of marching band choreography, involving a line of trombone players in close proximity alternating horn positions. Players typically stand almost shoulder to shoulder, and take turns bending over from the waist or squatting, while standing players turn to the side with their instruments in the former headspace of the neighbouring player.

  9. List of jazz trombonists - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is an alphabetical list of jazz trombonists for whom Wikipedia has articles.

  10. Seventy-Six Trombones - Wikipedia

    "Seventy-Six Trombones" is a show tune and the signature song from the 1957 musical play The Music Man (1957), written by Meredith Willson.The song also appeared in the 1962 film and in the made-for-TV movie adaptation in 2003.

  11. Christian Lindberg - Wikipedia

    Biography Early life and career. Lindberg was born in Danderyd.As a youth, he learned to play the trumpet, and subsequently began to learn the trombone at age 16.He originally borrowed a trombone to join his friends' Dixieland jazz group, inspired by records of Jack Teagarden.

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