Bartholomew Simonson Trombone History Originally the sackbut, smaller

Bartholomew Simonson Trombone History Originally the sackbut, smaller

Bartholomew Simonson Trombone History Originally the sackbut, smaller dimensions, less flare. First solo/trombonespecific piece written was in the early 17th century First use of trombone in a symphony was in

1807 in Eggerts Symphony in E flat History cont. During the Romantic period, trombone was taught to students starting in Leipzig, Germany. 20th century brought experimentation in size, metals, pedals, and

mouthpieces used. Today, trombones are a crucial part of symphonic music as well as a Jazz and Swing staple. Construction Mouthpiece Like most brass instruments, the sound produced begins with the mouthpiece. The player presses his/her lips to the

mouthpiece and creates a sound by buzzing the lips together. This buzzing and the air that flows through the mouthpiece creates the waves that reverberate along the brass columns of the trombone to produce its baritone sound. http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/brassacousti cs.html Make-up The

trombone is a brass instrument, meaning it is made out of primarily brass. Some instruments differ by the type of metal used or the coating used. Trombone Style Differs from all other symphonic instruments in the use of the slide While most valved instruments switch

the position of airflow, the trombone simply extends the size of the closed tube that air and sound waves must travel through In trombones with a pedal (Bb), pressing the pedal extends

the column even more, allowing the player to stay in first position while playing a note normally in a further position. Style (cont.) Because of the lack of valves which can briefly interrupt the flow of air,

the trombone can perform a glissando, which is basically sliding up the positions with uninterrupted air waves, creating a sliding effect in the sound. This technique is used often in Jazz and swing. Resources http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/bras sacoustics.html http://www.classicol.com/classical.cf

m?music=instrumentInfo§ion=Tr ombone&title=About%20The%20Tro mbone http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trombon e

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