Origin of trombone
OTHER WORDS FROM trombonetrom·bon·ist [trom-boh-nist, trom-boh-], /trɒmˈboʊ nɪst, ˈtrɒm boʊ-/, noun
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Oboes, trombones and especially trumpets were all higher risk, spreading more aerosols than a person speaking.What science tells us about reducing coronavirus spread from wind instruments|Betsy Ladyzhets|August 6, 2021|Science News
As a teen, she studied trombone and later started a local swing band.Ethel Gabriel, trailblazing producer and executive at RCA Records, dies at 99|Terence McArdle|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
There was never any one criterion for how every trombone or tenor saxophone or singer should sound.
Instead of spoofing it, Farmer Derek plays it on trombone in an open field.
While his trombone skills are decent, he certainly draws a crowd—or rather, a herd.
All you had to do was board with your submachine gun in a trombone case, as Martin McNally did at St. Louis airport in 1972.
Nino opens a trunk and begins extracting props—balloons, a cane, and a battered old trombone.
At the present time he was trombone in the “Tournée Gulland,” a touring opera company.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
A unique novelty was the Contra Trombone on the Pedal of 64 feet actual length.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building|George Laing Miller
Within Average Jones' overstocked mind something stirred at the repetition of the words "B-flat trombone."
"I can play the B-flat trombone louder as any man in the business," asserted Schlichting with proud conviction.
I came back––in tights, playing a big trombone, prancing round and making an awful noise.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes