- Slide trombone
- Tenor trombone
- Valve trombone
- Brass instruments
- found: Bolter, N. Ancient twinkle appearing, c1998 (tenor trombones)
- found: New Grove dict. mus. insts. (under Trombone: The practice of using B♭ and B♭/F trombones has almost done away with what survived in the 20th cent. of the ancient use of three different sizes of slide trombone: alto, tenor, and bass. The B♭ trombone, however, is still often called a "tenor trombone." Valve trombones, made in alto, tenor, and bass pitches, reached a peak of popularity soon after the mid-19th cent.)
- 2001-07-26: new
- 2001-10-04: revised
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