Below are links to several pages of trombone playing tips, trombone slide position charts, low brass sheet music, and trombone play-along music clips as well as videos for the new trombone player.
Several resources are oriented towards the student and player: history of the trombone, choosing the right trombone for you, tips for trombone players and so on. Other articles and resources help the beginning trombone student, more advanced students and established players develop their mastery of the instrument and further enjoy their performance.
My mission in providing this information is to assist everyone involved and interested in Low Brass improve their musical performance, skills, and opportunities. As the trombone is a member of the low brass family of musical instruments that encompasses the trombone, euphonium, and tuba, the links in this section focus on the tuba. But as the artistic performance of these three instruments share much common ground, you’ll find some cross-over of tips, advice, and music resources.
It is my intent to build here a comprehensive library of articles, tips, and resources for the trombone and low brass artist, teacher, and student. If you’d like to help with this mission, send me your recommendations on the kind of material you’d like to see here. Contact me at: email@example.comNORLAN BEWLEY
TIPS FOR TROMBONE PLAYERS
- Low-Middle-High Approach
- Trombone Notes: Play-Rest-Play-Rest
- Trombone Notes: ABCs Of Note Names
- One Step For Perfect Posture
- Tone Production Steps 1 and 2
- The 3 Trombone Mouthpiece Placements
- Breathing for Tone
- Tonguing Well
- Learn to Practice-Step 1: Stay in Rhythm
- Learn to Practice-Step 2: Notes
- Learn to Practice-Step 3: Rhythm Positions
- Learn to Practice-Step 4: Pieces
- Learn to Practice-Step 5: Intelligent Repetition
- Learn to Practice-Step 6: Keep Going
- Learn to Practice-Step 7: Pacing
- Grouping Trombone Slide Positions
- Reaching 7th Trombone Position
- Define Excellence – What Is Great?
- Establish Priorities
- Trombone Mouthpiece Sizes for Students
- What is A Good Trombone for a Student?
- Taking Private Lessons
TROMBONE SLIDE POSITION CHARTS
- Standard Straight Trombone
- Treble Clef Standard Straight Trombone
- Trombone with F attachment
- Treble Clef F attachment Trigger Trombone
- Bass Trombone Bb-F-Gb
- Tenor Clef F attachment Trigger Trombone