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  • History of Jazz Trombone

    11:46

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    The following video will demonstrate how 34 of some of the most historical jazz trombonist born before 1943 would each go about improvising over the 12 bar blues form. (in a some what chronological order by birth year)

    Order :

    Kid Ory - 1886 00:12
    Miff Mole - 1898 00:35
    Tricky Sam 1904 00:56
    Glenn miller 1904 01:13
    Tommy Dorsey - 1905 01:33
    Vic Dickenson 1906 01:56
    Lawrence Brown - 1906 02:21
    Jack Teagarden - 1905 02:44
    Dicky wells 1907 03:12
    Jack Jenny 1910 03:33
    Trummy young 1912 03:54
    bill Harris - 1916 04:07
    kai winding - 1922 04:20
    bennie green 1923 04:35
    JJ Johnson - 1924 04:54
    al grey - 1925 05:26
    Urbie Green - 1926 05:51
    Frank Rosolino - 1926 06:29
    melba liston - 1926 06:46
    frank rehak - 1926 07:09
    jimmy cleveland - 1926 07:21
    jimmy knepper - 1927 07:33
    dick nash - 1928 07:56
    Carl Fontana 1928 08:11
    albert mangelsdorff - 1928 08:36
    slide hampton - 1932 09:03
    Curtis Fuller - 1934 09:17
    Julian priester 1935 09:39
    roswell rudd - 1935 09:59
    grachan moncor 1937 10:22
    phil wilson - 1937 10:31
    fred wesley - 1943 10:43
    jiggs whigham - 1943 11:06
    bill watrous - 1939 11:26

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  • Autumn Leaves

    4:48

    NEA Jazz Masters Delfeayo, Ellis and Jason Marsalis perform selections from Delfeayo's upcoming release The Last Southern Gentlemen.

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  • Trombone Shorty talks New Orleans Jazz and Finding Your Sound | Reverb Interview

    5:05

    The breakout, Grammy–nominated jazz trombonist talks about his hometown and why his education will never end.

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  • Wycliffe Gordon - Trombone Legend with Cory Band & Robert Childs

    4:01

    Jazz trombone artist Wycliffe Gordon performing as guest soloist with Cory Band conducted by Robert Childs in St David's Hall Cardiff on 20th June 2009. This clip includes excerpts from Sweet Georgia Brown, Wonderful World and Wycliffe's own Hallelujah Shout. Complete performances and much more from Wycliffe Gordon, Cory Band & Morriston Orpheus Choir can be seen and heard on the World of Brass DVD celebrating 125 years of the Cory Band, 'BRASS & VOICES...and all that jazz' available from

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  • The Beatles, Cant Buy Me Love - Jazz Trombone Guitar Duo

    6:04

    Can't Buy Me Love
    is a song by the Beatles that was released as a single on the 20th of March, 1964. It instantly became a number one hit. This song was one of the first songs in Pop music history that began with the refrain instead of the chorus. The idea for our arrangement came from a guitarist in Singapore whom, by chance, Wolf heard live. Wolf took what he heard and adapted it to our special sound.
    (GER) Can't Buy Me Love
    ist ein Lied der Beatles, das am 20. März 1964 als Single veröffentlicht und sofort zum Nummer-eins-Hit wurde. Das Lied war eines der ersten in der Popmusik, das anstelle der Strophe mit dem Refrain begann. Unsere Idee zum Arrangement stammt von einem Gitarristen aus Singapur, den Wolf zufällig live gehört hatte. Daraus entstand dann unsere Version - ganz in unserem eigenen Stil :-) Weitere Infos unter Shawn and the Wolf

  • Wycliffe Gordon - Sweet Louisiana Trombone Solo

    2:52

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    Carlos Henriquez: bass
    Bob Wilber: clarinet
    Ali Jackson: drums
    Dan Nimmer: piano
    Olivier Franc: saxophone
    Victor Goines: saxophone
    Wycliffe Gordon: trombone
    Wynton Marsalis: trumpet

    Jazz in Marciac 2009

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  • Learn to Play Jazz Trombone with Natalie Cressman

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  • Trombone Shorty At Age 13 - 2nd Line

    5:30

    Trombone Shorty being featured with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis from 2000. Wycliffe Gordon IS on Sousaphone! this song is called Joe Avery's 2nd Line and it is in the key of Bb. Marcus Printup grabs a bite to eat mid-performance. The life of a Jazz musician.

  • Hugh Laurie meets Jazz Trombonist Chris Barber at Abbey Road Studios

    4:10

    Lighting Cameraman/DoP Rick Walker


    Hugh Laurie meets the man who brought the Blues to Britain, jazz trombonist Chris Barber.
    Filmed at Abbey Road Studios London.

    Donald Christopher 'Chris' Barber (born 17 April 1930, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England) is best known as a jazz trombonist. As well as scoring a UK top twenty trad jazz hit, he helped the careers of many musicians, notably the blues singer Ottilie Patterson, who was at one time his wife, and vocalist/banjoist Lonnie Donegan, whose appearances with Barber triggered the skiffle craze of the mid-1950s and who had his first transatlantic hit, Rock Island Line, while with Chris Barber's band. His providing an audience for Donegan and, later, Alexis Korner, makes Barber a significant figure in the British rhythm and blues and beat boom of the 1960s.

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  • Student VS Pro Trombone Comparison

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    In this video we compare a student model trombone with a professional model trombone.

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  • Wycliffe Gordon Trombone Solos

    2:31

    1. The Sheik of Araby
    2. Promenade aux Champs Elysées
    3. Bechet's Fantasy

    Carlos Henriquez: bass
    Bob Wilber: clarinet
    Ali Jackson: drums
    Dan Nimmer: piano
    Olivier Franc: soprano saxophone
    Victor Goines: saxophone
    Wycliffe Gordon: trombone
    Wynton Marsalis: trumpet

    Jazz in Marciac 2009

  • Jazz Trombone Tonguing Exercise 3

    6:29

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    Today we're delving into the mysterious realm of trombone articulation (tonguing) - if you don't have an exercise that incorporates a focus on articulation as part of your daily warm-up routing, might I suggest that you do so? This one might be suitable for you (and you can download the free PDF to get you started...)

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  • Portals from Avengers Endgame played by over 100 trombonists!!!!

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  • Miles Davis - So What

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    Official music video for ”So What” by Miles Davis
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  • Trombone Lesson: The Trombonists Guide to a 20-Minute Practice Routine

    13:39

    Being efficient with your time and technique is an essential part of becoming a well-rounded trombonist. In this video, I perform a series of standard exercises that can be augmented to match your playing skill level. Long tones, articulation, and lip slurs are three fundamental exercises that I include as part of my daily routine. This video will give you a blueprint to develop your own effective and efficient 20-minute practice routine. Happy practicing!

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  • Trombone Mouthpieces - Top things to look for in finding one

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    In this video we explore different things to keep in mind when searching for the best trombone mouthpiece for you.

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  • Lawler Trombones Stem Comparison

    10:06

    Lawler Trombones offer a unique combination of hand-crafting, top-notch design and many customization options to find the perfect fit. One option Roy Lawler offers is with his bell stems; he has three models available (1, 2 and 3) each of which offer differences in sound, response, feedback and overall playing. In this video I compare his two most popular bell stems, the Model 1 and Model 2. Do you have a preference? Take a listen and let me know!

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  • Learn Funk Trombone with Natalie Cressman

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    In this video, Natalie Cressman talks about funk trombone, with tips on articulation, scales, rhythm and beat placement, and two horn lines with harmonization.

    0:16 - Differences between Funk and Jazz Trombone
    1:07 - Improvising in the Funk Style
    1:20 - The Bbm pentatonic scale
    2:06 - The Bb Blues Scale
    2:47 - Improvising over the Bb Blues Scale
    3:22 - Rhythmic ideas and placing them in different parts of the measure
    5:00 - Different parts of the beat
    6:32 - Horn Line 1
    7:32 - Horn Line 2

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  • Trombone Shorty - Where YAt

    3:48

    Music video by Trombone Shorty performing Where Y'At. (C) 2010 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

  • Trombone Mutes - How Different Trombone Mutes Sound

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    In this video I play the same musical idea switching off from every trombone mute I own so you can get an idea of how the sound changes from mute to mute

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  • Brilliant Trombone Solo...Czardas.

    5:29

    Trombone soloist Martin Wilson with Whitburn Band at the BBC TV Best Of Brass contest,Derby,June 1982.

  • AskNick 020 - Best Trombones for Lead Playiing, TOP 5 Trombonists, Bebop Language = triplets!

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    Full episode of AskNick from May 8 2020! Some topics: Bebop Language, triplets, connecting the high and low registers, Trombones for playing lead in a big band, TOP 5!, and more ...

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    I post weekly videos here on YouTube that feature my original projects! Sometimes it’s a band video, a solo trombone piece, educational tips about jazz and playing trombone, they come out each Wednesday! If you don’t know me, I’m a jazz trombone player, educator, and producer based in New York City. I’ve had some great teachers like Wycliffe Gordon and Steve Turre, and studied at both the Eastman School of Music and the Juilliard School. I’m always up to something new so make sure to stay connected if you want to see what’s happening in the jazz world here in NYC!

  • 2:19 Blues - Wynton Marsalis Septet at Jazz in Marciac 2015

    8:12

    August 8, 2015
    Marciac (France)

    Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Walter Blanding (sax), Victor Goines (sax), Sam Chess (trombone), Dan Nimmer (piano), Carlos Henriquez (bass), Jason Marsalis (drums).

  • My Top 10 Jazz Guitarists! - Jens Larsen

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    Today, Jens Larsen is here to share his Top 10 Jazz Guitarists!

    1. Charlie Christian
    Christian is arguably the godfather of jazz and one of the first people to really start using the electric guitar. He was the guitar player with Benny Goodman, a clarinet player and a really big star at the time, so that got him a lot of good exposure.

    2. Jim Hall
    Coming out of the bebop era, everyone was playing long lines and lots of notes, but Jim Hall was always playing fewer notes, and was still so rhythmically interesting and very melodic.

    3. Wes Montgomery
    He managed to not only play hardcore jazz, but also cross over into more popular music. Later in his career, you will find him playing with a string orchestra, playing pop tunes. He has tons of groove, lots of arpeggios, octaves – which are his signature thing – and also chord solos.

    4. Pat Martino
    He is mostly famous for his long, flowing eighth note lines and his very complex harmonies. He essentially has his own theory on how to understand music and how to think about harmony.

    5. George Benson
    He followed in the steps of Wes Montgomery and managed to cross over into pop music. He’s a truly amazing and intuitive technical jazz guitarist. What is also amazing about him is that he is also a great singer, and he has such an incredible connection between his voice and his fingers, where he can play and also sing and scat along.

    6. Joe Pass
    His Guitar Style book is really the book that almost everybody learned to play guitar from! He did a lot of work with pianist Oscar Peterson, and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald throughout his career. His ability on the guitar, in terms of feeling like a complete orchestra by himself, is really unparalleled!

    7. John Scofield
    Scofield has been a huge influence on jazz as a whole. He has has a very long career, starting with being the guitar player for Miles Davis in the 1980s. The way that he can work with playing behind the beat, playing bluesy phrases, and also having a very modern sound is amazing.

    8. Pat Metheny
    What makes him so unique and influential is that he is always looking for new ways to create new sounds. He is also one of the first – if not the first – jazz guitarists to have a wet-dry-wet rig, which is quite an extensive set of amplifiers on the stage.

    9. Kurt Rosenwinkel
    He has these really strong melodies, but because he is also a piano player, he is also very strongly rooted in a lot of bebop. So there are signs of modern in him, but also some very traditional signs to him. He is also very good at adding chords to his solo lines, and comping himself, which is something that really sets him apart from other guitarists.

    10. Gilad Hekselman
    What drew Jens to him was his work with Ari Hoenig – a fantastic jazz drummer – and all the rhythmical things they were doing, as the way they played together was just magical. While this is a list of guitar players, Jens says that one of the most important things to him, is how the people he listens to work alongside the rhythm sections and the things they are able to do together.

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  • Tune List: I Love You

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    Hi. I am an 18 year old jazz trombone player who is working on learning tunes and becoming a more competent jazz player. TboneTuneList is a way for me to create a list of tunes that I know on the internet. I feel that this way of creating a tune list is superior to writing a list because this way I have a recording that I can listen to and I can get feedback from you guys.

    I will (hopefully) be posting at least one video each day of a new tune that I have either just learned or a tune that I already knew, but I hadn't posted one youtube yet.

    None of the tunes have accompaniment because I feel that I know a tune the best if I can play it well with just a metronome.

    Enjoy I Love You written by Cole Porter

    Tags: I Love You Cole Porter Jazz Trombone Tune List Bill Watrous Carl Fontana Frank Roselino tommy dorsey Bill Reichenbach Nils Wogram J. J. Johnson Andy Martin John Fedchock Curtis Fuller Robin Eubanks Conrad Herwig Slide Hampton Ron Westray Urbie Green Wycliffe Gordon Michael Davis Jim Pugh Bebop trombone solo jazz

  • Moonglowed For 8 Trombones

    1:15

    My solo on Moonglow is a popular item on YouTube allowing players to play along and learn to swing on their trombone. Now we have MOONGLOWED, an 8 trombone version composed and performed by me! The sheet music is available to purchase here:

  • Major Mode Workout Trombone but really for any jazz musician!

    6:01

    Calling all jazz instrumentalists who have a hard time with their modes! Today we're talking about a major mode workout that will have you mastering the major modes in no time!

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  • Diminished Scale Introduction for Jazz Trombonists and Beyond | Lessons Behind the Scenes

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    Behind the scenes of a lesson I taught while on the road in New Zealand back in October of 2017! Ray was kind enough to allow me to share some insight from out lesson! Thanks Ray!

    Here we are chatting about some introductory concepts having to do with the diminished scale, and it's application to improvising in a jazz context. There is a lot more to learn here, as this is just the introductory stages of using this powerful scale/tool!





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    I post weekly videos here on YouTube that feature my original projects! Sometimes it’s a band video, a solo trombone piece, educational tips about jazz and playing trombone, they come out each Wednesday! If you don’t know me, I’m a jazz trombone player, educator, and producer based in New York City. I’ve had some great teachers like Wycliffe Gordon and Steve Turre, and studied at both the Eastman School of Music and the Juilliard School. I’m always up to something new so make sure to stay connected if you want to see what’s happening in the jazz world here in NYC!

  • Deep Jazz: Milestones - Clarinet, Trombones etc.

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    Song by John Lewis. Jazz/swing. Relaxing music.
    Arrangement by Tomáš Najman.
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    Playing baritone sax, clarinet, trombone and percussions.
    Solo by clarinet.

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  • Andy Derrick Moonglow Jazz Trombone Solo Transcription

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  • Jazz trombone solo! Beautiful Love - Trombone Cover - Paul The Trombonist

    5:54

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    Beautiful Love is a popular song composed by Wayne King, Victor Young and Egbert Van Alstyne with lyrics by Haven Gillespie. It was introduced by the Wayne King Orchestra in 1931. The song has been called the second favourite number of King, after the Orchestra's theme song The Waltz You Saved for Me.

    It appears as a love theme both in the 1932 film The Mummy (when it is played during the ball sequence where Helen is telepathically called to the museum), and in the film Hotel Continental, also 1932. The song is included in the film Sing a Jingle (1944) and it was also included in the 1989 film Crimes and Misdemeanors by Woody Allen.

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  • Yamaha YSL 897Z Trombone

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    NEW 897Z VIDEO REVIEW:

    Join UK Pro Trombonist Mike Innes as he discusses and demonstrates the excellent Yamaha YSL-897Z Jazz Trombone at Dawkes Music. For more Brass info checkout the UK's no.1 Wind & Brass specialists...

  • Jeffery Miller- Grammy Jazz Session 2014 Audition- Trombone

    11:47

    Jeffery Miller - Trombone- New Orleans, LA
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    2. In A Sentimental Mood (Ellington) 03:52
    3. What Is This Thing Called Love? (Porter) 09:19

    Jeffery Miller is currently a student at the Juilliard School, studying under Steve Turre.

    Band:
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  • 6. Tonguing - Jiggs Whighams Jazz Trombone

    3:07

    Internationally-renowned jazz trombone player, director/conductor and master teacher Jiggs Whigham shares his experience and expertise with trombone and jazz enthusiasts. For intermediate to advanced players, this book offers a fascinating insight into the professional world of trombone playing.

    Featuring the BBC Big Band, the audio tracks provide the opportunity to listen to and play along with some of the finest musicians in the world.

    In these videos Jiggs demonstrates various playing techniques and presents an invaluable commentary to help students develop their own playing.

  • Major Scale Workout for Jazz Trombone from Nick Finzer | #TromboneTips Ep. 2

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    Here is a great major scale workout for jazz trombone -

    As the semester settles in for most of the college students out there, I wanted to throw out a few thoughts about major scales that might go above and beyond what you normally do with them. Most of us are familiar with all 12 major scales, but are we really comfortable with all the permutations of that key center? Especially as improvisers, we strive for fluency in and around all the key centers we might come across while improvising over all sorts of tunes.



    When I was teaching at Florida State, we would choose one key per week and do all of the exercises that I talk about in this video, and then move onto another key the following week. After a few times around the circle of 4ths/5ths, you’ll be amazed at how much more fluent you are while improvising! Besides getting familiar with the tonal material, it is very important to focus on the details of your trombone playing (or whatever instrument you’re playing these exercises on). Focus on achieving great attacks on each note (and that they’re exactly the same on note regardless of the register), having a great sound, and playing with accurate pitch/rhythm! Metronomes, Tuners, and Drone tracks are our friends!

    To get all of this in hard copy, you can check out the links below the video to get a copy of “GET AHEAD: a Practical Guide for the Developing Jazz Trombonist

    Until next time, please enjoy! See you next week -

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  • Teaching Jazz Improvisation: A Breakthrough Book for Trombonists

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    If you teach improvisation to trombone players, I may have the book that can help you teach them a variety of important jazz skills. Trombone is an odd instrument and if it is not your primary instrument, you may welcome a method specifically geared to that instrument.

    The book to which I am referring is Trombone Improvisation Savvy. 175 pages, 114 written exercises, 43 transcriptions, and 144 audio files cover a wide range of topics for beginners to advanced players.

    The book starts with exercises geared toward building a stronger connection between the musical mind and the trombone. Beginning with an audio track that plays various notes for the student to play on their instrument. Think call and response. The exercise becomes more advanced with those notes coming not from trombone, but from a variety of instruments and synthesizer sounds.

    The ear training exercises then move toward helping the student hear notes within various chords. The chord is played, then the student plays by ear the root of the chord. Developing the student’s ear is critical for learning to improvise so it’s no surprise that ear training occupies so much of the book.

    Other sections follow such as analysis of melody and rhythm since they are critical skills for any improviser.

    Part two of the book is dedicated to teaching 15 mostly standard tunes. For each tune, the lead sheet is provided, an analysis is given of the form and chord structure, a recording and transcription of my improvisation is provided as is a transcription of a famous solo on that tune.

    Something different about this book is that I identify the most challenging parts of the tune and provide a rhythm section segment of that challenging for drilling. An example is Have You Met Miss Jones. Most students practice that tune by going through the form over and over. They may stumble on the difficult bridge, but never have the chance to stop and work only on just those 16 bars. Within the section on that tune, students are given the opportunity to drill only on that section.

    This book teaches the most important skills for learning to play jazz. The generous offering of audio tracks make this book as fun to play as it is instructional.

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  • Jazz Ballad Trombone Solo ????In a Sentimental Mood ???? Paul The Trombonist

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    In a Sentimental Mood is a jazz composition by Duke Ellington that is also performed as a song. Ellington composed the piece in 1935 and recorded it with his orchestra the same year. Lyrics were later written for the tune by Manny Kurtz; as was the custom of the day, Ellington's manager Irving Mills cut himself in for a percentage of the publishing, the song credited to all three.

    This is a video of me playing over the jazz standard gem.
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  • Deep Jazz: Naima by 4 Trombones

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    Naima by John Coltrane... but on trombone! ????
    Relaxing music. Jazz.
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    Arrangement by Tomáš Najman.

    Playing trombone, baritone saxophone and trumpet.
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  • Wycliffe Gordon - Trombone

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    An excerpt from the Wycliffe Gordon album 'BloozBuzeBlues'. This unaccompanied novelty track is entitled 'Warm-Up'. Wycliffe Gordon is one of the World's leading Jazz Trombonists.

  • Jack Teagarden playing the trombonists favorite Stardust 1959

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    Jack Teagarden playing the trombonists favorite Stardust

  • Stella By Starlight - Nick Finzer Jazz Trombone Solo

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    Live in Memphis, TN from March 2015, Nick Finzer presents a solo rendition of an all time favorite jazz standard: Stella by Starlight by Victor Young.

    This track can be found on Nick Finzer & Chris Ziemba Live in Memphis on Outside in Music (

  • King 3BS Silver Sonic Trombone Review - Latest Model

    6:17

    We're joined by top UK Pro Trombonist Mike Innes to check out the King 3B Trombone with Solid Silver bell, otherwise known as the Silver Sonic.

    King 3BS:

    This model has an 8 inch bell, .508 bore and a sterling silver bell. The King 3B is a great all round Trombone for jazz, pop and commercial work. It can also be used in Concert or Brass Bands.

  • Jazz Fest 2014: Trombone Shorty Takes Us Back to His Street Hustle Days

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    Around New Orleans they call him Shorty. It rolls off the tongue for most locals Shawty. His real name is Troy Andrews, but he's better known for his adopted stage name Trombone Shorty, a title he procured as a brass instrument-playing kid prodigy when the trombone was as tall as he was.

    Shorty got his start alongside his older brother James playing NOLA clubs and hustling his music with pals in the French Quarter's famed Jackson Square, where they'd cash in $400 each at age 10. (Not bad for a kid, especially when you play PlayStation.) He's come a long way since those days. Today, locals will tell you that, at 28, Trombone Shorty is one of New Orleans' ambassadors of soul. His demeanor is so effortlessly cool and cordial that it becomes contagious, like he was put on this planet to make it a better place, and has already started to, not only through his music, but through his Trombone Shorty Foundation, which aims to pass the torch for generations of New Orleans musicians to come.

    For a second year in a row, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue closed out the 2014 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. VIBE caught up with the Treme native at his old music hustling spot and talked to him about his come-up and rap influences like Juvenile and Mystikal. We even got a park performance of a NOLA rap track that you might recognize.

    Stay tuned for Part 2 of the VIBE interview. You'll be hearing more about Trombone Shorty, guaranteed.

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  • Jazz Trombonist Ernest Stuart and Friends: Live from the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio

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    Ernest Stuart has performed with an impressive list of artist including The Roots, Orrin Evans, Billy Paul, Aretha Franklin, Terell Stafford, Seal and John Legend. Ernest and his band join J. Michael Harrison in the WRTI Performance Studio on Tuesday, August 13th at 2 pm, prior to performing at the Kimmel Center's monthly series, Sittin' In, the following evening.

  • VOL. 2; E5 - Chasing the Bird - Robert Edwards + Joe McDonough

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    THAT'S KILLIN', EPISODE FIVE - Robert Edwards and Joe McDonough play Charlie Parker's Chasing the Bird.


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  • Jack Teagarden and Paul The Trombonist - Trombone Duet

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  • Two Trombones - Another Balance - Phil Wilson and Paul the Trombonist

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    This is Video #4 of the Phil Wilson and Paul the Trombonist video series. The series includes Interviews, Master Classes, Studio Sessions and Original Material/Standards. Thanks for watching and subscribe to keep updated :)

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  • SIMPLY JAZZ on I SPY SOUL with Trombonist Steve Turre

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    In 1993 the half-hour program SIMPLY JAZZ, was born. The acclaimed program that ran for three years included produced segments as well as interviews with venerated figures and then burgeoning stars in the world of jazz. Now through the retrospective SIMPLY JAZZ on I SPY SOUL, a look back is provided at some of these rare interviews. In this episode I SPY SOUL is pleased to take a look back at renowned trombonist and “seashellist”, Steve Turre.

    The lauded trombonist who in addition to releasing outstanding projects as a leader has logged time with a legendary lists of musicians like Woody Shaw, Art Blakey, Horace Silver, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock, Mongo Santamaria, Pharoah Sanders, and Max Roach to name just a few. He's also a part of the famed Saturday Night Live Band, a spot he’s held since 1984. In this 1993 interview Turre talks about his introduction to the Conch seashell by innovative multi-instrumentalist, Rahsaan Roland Kirk as an instrument and the process of perfecting the playing of it leading to the then newly released, groundbreaking and acclaimed project, Sanctified Shells . The stellar project which features amazing talent including a guest appearance from the one and only Dizzy Gillespie took the idea of shell playing to new heights or as he shares in the interview, maybe it was more re-imagining of a discovered ancestral tradition.

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  • Pokemon Journeys Theme Song But Its Trombones

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    THE JOURNEY STARTS TODAY! We have been enjoying Pokémon Journeys, so I thought I'd cover the super fun, catchy theme song by Canadian band Walk off the Earth. Enjoy, and MOAR TROMBONE!!

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