The "Jonny Quest" (1964) theme was written by the composer Hoyt Curtin to be impossible for the Trombonists to play correctly, after getting ribbing from his Trombone section about writing music that was too easy to play. youtu.be/j2mXxBMvfh0?t=19…
There is a 3rd musical clef called the alto clef that isn't used often. Its only used for a viola and sometimes a cello and a trombone makingmusicmag.com/explan…
Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright was trained on trombone and saxophone, as well as being self-taught on guitar, piano and trumpet. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ric…
In the Peanuts cartoon the absence of adults and using a trombone to act as their voice was done to give Peanuts a unique point of view, bringing the comic down to the level of children, and not children from an adult's viewpoint. peanuts.fandom.com/wiki/A…
The bazooka was a brass musical instrument created by Comedian Bob Burns. It was several feet in length and incorporated telescopic tubing like the trombone. The military borrowed the nickname for its anti-tank weapon during World War II due to its vague resemblance to the musical instrument. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baz…
That, in addition to the slide trombone and valve trombone, there is a trombone called the superbone that has both valves and a slide. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sup…
The music to Mario Kart is recorded entirely by a live band. They did live recording sessions for the game and have over 20 members that play guitar, trumpet, sax, trombone, accordion, oboe, and drums. youtu.be/u5VxJkYEJIs
, Until the early 18th century the Trombone was was called a "sackbut" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tro…
The predecessor of the trombone was called a "sackbutt" theinstrumentplace.com/hi…
Ms Othmar, the teacher in Peanuts, is voiced by a muted trombone on the show to create her distinctive "wah wah wah". mashable.com/2015/10/26/p…
Dave Grohl has only played tye 1991 hit "In Bloom" live twice since Kurt Corbain's death: Once at Nirvana's Hall of Fame induction, and once with Trombone Shorty. rollingstone.com/music/mu…
Today I learned of the Superbone, a trombone with both a slide and valves. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sup…
The trombone had an even worse name in the Renaissance en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sac…
The French word for "Paperclip" is "Trombone" wordreference.com/enfr/pa…
The trombone was originally called a sackbut. That's a good change. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tro…
Trombones used to have dragon heads at the end en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buc…
Until the 18th century trombones were called "sackbuts" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tro…
During the Renaissance the trombone was referred to as a sackbut en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sac…
Today I learned of the Tromboon, a hybrid instrument with a bassoon reed and a trombone's body. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._…
The french word for "paperclip" is "trombone." It makes sense, considering they look similar. todayifoundout.com/index.…
Jonathan Frakes (Will Riker) played trombone on a Phish album that went platinum. Here is the song [0:31] youtube.com/watch?v=gVVz9…
The word trombone derives from Italian tromba (trumpet) and -one (a suffix meaning "large"), so the name means "large trumpet". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tro…
Johnathan Frakes aka William T. Riker from ST:TNG played trombone on the Phish album Hoist wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoist_…
Robert Quimby, astrophysicist at Cal Tech, discovered supernova SN2005ap, the brightest explosion ever recorded. He also played trombone for the ska band Reel Big Fish. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob…
The sound effect 'Wah-wah-wah-wahhhhh' actually has a name: Sad Trombone.

As do several others such as 'AIEEEEEEE!' (the famous Wilhelm Scream), 'YAARRRRRGGGHHHHHHH!' (the Howie scream) and 'EURGHH! EURGHHH! EURRAGGGHHHHH!' (the Insane Tantrum).

The French word for paper clip is 'trombone'. french-word-a-day.typepad…
There is a combination trombone and didgeridoo called a didgeribone that you can do some pretty awesome things with. youtube.com/v/8MfV8fo0dDo…

Please note that this site uses cookies to personalise content and adverts, to provide social media features, and to analyse web traffic. Click here for more information.