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Gary Grant and Hey himself played trumpet, with Bill Reichenbach on trombone.
The 20-piece band includes sax, trombone, trumpet, guitar, bass, piano, drum and Latin percussion.
The tune moves through peaks and valleys, with swirling drones smacking into tricky tempos, slaloming riffs, and slinking trombone, and then dissolves into a mass of electronic static.
The group is made up of Elizabeth Howard on trumpet, John Wilds on trumpet, Karl Soukup on trumpet, Barry Toombs on French horn, Eric Starr on trombone and Bryan Smith on tuba.
Trombone player Jace Rowland played his instrument at various angles relative to a microphone to see how directionality affects what the audience hears.
Music teachers showed children how to properly hold and play a variety of instruments, including a child-sized violin, cello, guitar, ukulele and tambourine and well as a full-size flute, keyboard, trumpet and trombone.
Northwood High School Major: trombone performance, $ Why this school?
The band includes two vocalists, guitar, bass, drums, saxophone, trumpet, trombone and keyboard — the horn section joined eight months ago.
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Origin and Etymology of trombone
First Known Use: circa 1724See Words from the same year
TROMBONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trombone for English Language Learners
: a large brass musical instrument that you blow into and that has a tube that you slide in and out to play different notes
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