[Trombone-l] What is it? Soprano Trombone or Slide Trumpet?
michaelsanders6 at q.com
Sun Mar 22 10:11:59 CST 2020
Speaking of Chinese made trombones I rented one while we were in Germany. I was surprised at how well it played. It seemed to be pretty well built. I didn't go looking for a Chinese horn. That was what they gave me. It was good enough for practice.
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Subject: Re: [Trombone-l] What is it? Soprano Trombone or Slide Trumpet?
If you are playing in a trombone ensemble, it is a soprano trombone.
If you are playing in a trumpet ensemble, God help you.
On 3/20/2020 9:18 PM, Jon Studer via Trombone-l wrote:
> I recently acquired at JP Rath Bb soprano trombone from DFMusic Inc dot com. (Yes, it’s Chinese made, but I’m ok with that as my use is limited.)
> I bought this as a novelty, with no current intentions of playing it anywhere but home. Once life gets back to normal, I thought it might be funny to bring it to my jazz band practice, and when we start warming up together, I’ll pull it out instead of my bass and see what reactions I get.
> Now, to the subject of this email. As I search around the internet to learn more, I see some sites calling it a slide trumpet and others calling it a soprano trombone. Some call it a trumpet because it’s pitched the same as a trumpet. Others call it a trombone because of the slide. Some use both names together to improve their internet searchability.
> Curious what others think? Is it a slide trumpet or a soprano trombone. Any other commentary is appreciated.
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