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Trombone

Trombone

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TromboneHistory
By: Dominik L andBrandon R.
 Never look at the trombones, itonly encourages them.
quote by, Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
 
The family of Trombones
 The trombone of today comes generally in five ranges: soprano, alto,tenor, bass and contrabass. Special order instruments, such as the piccoloand the sopranino trombone, are known, though their use is generally relegated to trombone bands. The soprano trombone is often referred toas a slide trumpet, but there are internal differences between the twoinstruments.
 Trombones belong to the brass family.
 
Similar instruments
In the 1870's, Adolphe Sax and other instrument builders made a six-valve trombone, where the six valves, manipulated by both hands,corresponded to the six slide positions.
Miraphone Contrabass King Trombonium, 1955

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