- n. Plural form of trombone.
“However, some of the banda members (namely the trombones) are having a terrible time playing the PITCHES of the notes associated with the KEY of B flat.”
“The GOP is a few trombones short of a marching band”
“It can be a cruel world out there once the trombones start playing.”
“Its third album, the complex and highly affecting "The Rip Tide" Pompeii, gains its resonance from arrangements featuring trumpets, French horns, trombones and tubas.”
“The trumpets sideswiped the trombones, which were hauling a bass-clef harmony out of the eight measure break.”
“The trumpets and trombones screeched out the opening bars of Chameleon, their tubercular croup reverberating through the brass bells, a slow-motion collision of notes.”
“Meanwhile, brass instrument-maker Mick Rath was showing off his amazing trombones: "Crap, aren't they?”
“The clearest example is Inception's theme, which an enterprising YouTuber has already deciphered, speeding up the booming trombones to reveal Piaf's Gallic melancholy.”
“And the guys for kicks were holding their horns up and holding their horns up, and the trombones are doing it.”
“Mr. SHAW: Glen Miller's band waving the trombones around from side-to-side as they played, saxophonists holding their instruments up in the air and doing, you know, doing everything but playing serious music.”
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