A large brass wind instrument with straight tubing in three sections, ending in a bell over the player's left shoulder, different fundamental notes being made using a forward-pointing extendable slide
An organ stop with the quality of such an instrument
a brass instrument consisting of a long tube whose length can be varied by a U-shaped slide
(trombonist) a musician who plays the trombone
The trombone is a musical instrument in the brass family. Like all brass instruments, sound is produced when the player’s vibrating lips (embouchure) cause the air column inside the instrument to vibrate. ...
A musical instrument in the brass family, having a cylindrical bore, and usually a sliding tube (but sometimes piston valves, and rarely both). Most often refers to the tenor trombone, which is the most common type of trombone and has a fundamental tone of B♭ˌ (contra B♭)
(Trombones) A score of 76 points in a round
(76. Trombones) Simply refers to the brass section musical piece "76 Trombones" typically heard at just about every single parade you'll come across.
(TROMBONES) When a score of 76 was achieved after throwing 3 darts.
(Trombones) (A.K.A Boners) consist of people who make penis jokes and people who constantly exaggerate the size of their package, and are seemingly obsessed with phallic shaped objects. People who are confident in their girth will often play. ...
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A tubular, extending device which is generally used for suspending lights from set walls. (Grip/Lighting)
A device with the same pitch as a baritone, except that it uses a slide instead of valves, so it's easier to forget the position(s).
A phase shifter that uses a line stretcher to adjust transmission phase.
A connected voice path which enters an IVR from a switch on one circuit, then returns to the same switch on a parallel circuit. ...
It hasn't changed much since its predecessor the Sackbut. The trombone family includes the tenor, alto and bass designs. A contrabass trombone was invented and used by Wagner. The most common trombone is the B flat tenor with its seven slide positions.
Valveless brasswind whose air path length is changed via a large freely moving slide which can strike into musicians standing in front of trombonists which is why trombones march in the front of the band in traditional parade marching as in "Seventy-six trombones led the big parade......".
means a large brass instrument with a booming sound and a sliding tube. What’s the word?
Carl Fontana, Don Kelly, Gus Chappell, Kent Larsen, Ralph Blaze
A large brass wind instrument. Pitch is changed by moving a slide.
is made of brass, and has a long slide that gives it the greatest note range of all the brass instruments. It plays fairly low notes.
1. noun a musical instrument consisting of two metal tubes shaped like the letter U that fit into each other, with one tube wide at one end. You play it by blowing into it as you slide one of the tubes forward and backward. A trombone is a brass instrument. ...
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An instrument in the brass family composed of a mouthpiece, slide, and bell.