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From left to right: A tenor trombone mouthpiece The trombone is a predominantly cylindrical tube bent into an elongated "S" shape. Rather than being completely cylindrical from end to end, the tube is a complex series of tapers with the smallest at the mouthpiece receiver and the largest just before the bell flare.
The design of these tapers affects the intonation of the instrument. As with other brass instrumentssound is produced by blowing air through pursed lips producing a vibration that creates a standing wave in the instrument. The detachable cup-shaped mouthpiece is similar to that of the baritone horn and closely related to that of the trumpet.
It has the venturi: The slide section consists of a leadpipethe inner and outer slide tubes, and the bracing, or stays. Modern stays are solderedwhile sackbuts medieval precursors to trombones were made with loose, unsoldered stays this remained the pattern for German trombones until the midth century.
To prevent friction from slowing the action of the slide, additional sleeves were developed during the Renaissanceand these stockings were soldered onto the ends of the inner slide tubes.
Nowadays, the stockings are incorporated into the manufacturing process of the inner slide tubes and represent a fractional widening of the tube to accommodate the necessary method of alleviating friction.
This part of the slide must be lubricated frequently. Additional tubing connects the slide to the bell of the instrument through a neckpipe, and bell or back bow U-bend. The joint connecting the slide and bell sections is furnished with a ferrule to secure the connection of the two parts of the instrument, though older models from the early 20th century and before were usually equipped with friction joints and no ancillary mechanism to tighten the joint.
However, trombonists, unlike other instrumentalists, are not subject to the intonation issues resulting from valved or keyed instruments, since they can adjust intonation "on the fly" by subtly altering slide positions when necessary.
For example, second position "A" is not in exactly the same place on the slide as second position "E".
Many types of trombone also include one or more rotary valves used to increase the length of the instrument and therefore lower its pitch by directing the air flow through additional tubing. This allows the instrument to reach notes that are otherwise not possible without the valve as well as play other notes in alternate positions.
Like the trumpetthe trombone is considered a cylindrical bore instrument since it has extensive sections of tubing, principally in the slide section, that are of unchanging diameter.
Tenor trombones typically have a bore of 0. A number of common variations on trombone construction are noted below. History[ edit ] Etymology and synonyms[ edit ] "Trombone" is the Italian word tromba trumpet plus the suffix -one big.
It literally means "big trumpet". During the Renaissance, the equivalent English term was " sackbut ". The word first appears in court records in as "shakbusshe" at about the time King Henry VII married a Portuguese princess who brought some musicians with her.
The French equivalent "saqueboute" appears a little earlier, in By far the most famous and influential served the Duke of Burgundy. The trombone's principal role was playing the contratenor part in a danceband. It was used in outdoor events, in concert, and in liturgical settings.
Along with trumpeters, trombonists in German city-states were even occasionally employed as civil officials. As officials, these trombonists were often relegated to standing watch in the city towers but would also herald the arrival of important people to the city.
This is similar to the role of a military bugler and was used as a sign of wealth and strength in 16th century German cities. A consort of sackbuts, alto, tenor, and bass, made in Note slightly smaller bore, much smaller bell, and shallower mouthpiece as compared to a modern trombone.
Historic sackbuts like these also have no spit valve, no protective knob on the end, and flat rather than tubular stays. These trombonists were, however, often viewed separately from the more highly skilled trombonists who played in groups such as the alta capella wind ensembles as well as the first "orchestra"-type ensembles that performed in religious settings such as St Mark's Basilica in Venice in the early 17th century.
At that time, the trombone mainly doubled voice parts in sacred works, but there are also some solo pieces written specifically for trombone in the early 17th century. When the sackbut returned to common use again in England in the 18th century, Italian music was so influential that the instrument became known as the "trombone",  although in some countries the same name has been applied throughout its history, viz.
Italian trombone and German Posaune. The 17th-century trombone was built in slightly smaller dimensions than modern trombones, and had a bell that was more conical and less flared. Bach used it in some of his cantataseven having written for four trombones with the extremely rare soprano trombone playing the cantus firmuswhich would normally be played on cornett.
Distinct score notations are rare, since only a few professional "Stadtpfeiffer" or alta cappella musicians were available everywhere. Handel, for instance, had to import trombones to England from a Royal court in Hanover, Germany in order to perform one of his larger compositions.Land Issues.
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Rather than being completely cylindrical from end to end, the tube is a complex series of tapers with the smallest at the mouthpiece receiver and the largest just before the bell flare.