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9 thoughts on “ The Tipsy Trombone - Warren Covington And His Orchestra - The Tipsy Trombone / Takin It Slow (Vinyl)

  1. The trombone offers a special sound to classical music. Every red-blooded American of a certain age knows what a trombone is, thanks to a famous song that has 76 of them. The trombone is the quintessential parade instrument; no marching band would be complete without it. It’s a powerful low brass instrument. But this characteristic [ ].
  2. If you're searching for great, yet budget-friendly horn, the Yamaha YSL Professional Trombone has a laser-infused yellow brass bell for even vibrations. Enjoyable to play, it has a comfortable slide and the F attachment has a large rotor so you can easily adjust it from Bb to F as smoothly as possible.
  3. Orchestral Excerpts for Trombone - A collection of authentic parts in the public domain of audition excerpts for trombone compiled into a book.
  4. If you're here for your first trombone, a good rule of thumb to follow is to go with a smaller-bore horn for beginners. A model designed specifically for students may be the right choice. The Etude ETB Series Student Trombone is a prime example of an entry-level instrument.
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  6. Sep 24,  · Choosing a Trombone Studio By Brent Phillips • February 27, in Professional/Career. Trombonists who decide to study music have an overwhelming choice of where to attend school. Each school and trombone studio has unique strengths and weaknesses, and which degree and studio you choose is an important decision and will affect your future choices.
  7. Trombone 1 (Alto) Movement I: 1 measure after [P] to 15 measures before [R] Trombone 2 (Tenor) Movement I: 1 measure after [P] to 15 measures before [R] Trombone 3 (Bass) Movement I: 1 measure after [P] to 15 measures before [R].
  8. Warren Covington A: The Tipsy Trombone B: Takin' It Slow: Decca USA: Aug 7" 0: Ernest Tubb A: Thanks A Lot B: The Way That You're Living: Decca USA: Aug 7" 0: Mel Tillis A: It's No Surprise B: Couldn't See The Forest For The Trees: Decca USA: Aug 7" 1: Red Foley A: Goodnight Mama, Goodnight Papa B: Poor.
  9. The trombone is said to have been created in the middle of the 15th century. Until the 18th century the trombone was called a "saqueboute" (in French) or a "sackbut" (in English). Although opinions vary on the etymology, some sources (such as The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments) suggest that the word comes from the French word.

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