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A Guide to Playing the Trombone Many people have found great pleasure in learning to play the trombone. The trombone is one of the wind instruments that is also in the brass family. You blow into the instrument to create the desirable sound that you are looking for. You use a slide to create different pitches of the sound that you are making. It is very similar to a trumpet, but also has a... Continue Reading

Danny Churchwell

105 N 3rd Street # A
Selmer, TN
38375
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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael b. from Selmer tennessee, TN
Posted Apr 11, 2015
 

I called and she said he passed this old world in November 2014 sorry to say
 

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