They are always at the top of marching bands, the trombone is the most dynamic instrument among the wind instruments when your arms are stretched all the way. There are no valves or buttons, and the way the pitch is determined by extending or retracting the slippery slide is almost funny and comical. Given that a saxophone or the like is holding down an infinite number of buttons with 10 fingers, the trombone you could play even with a thumb-only mitten. No sweat.
However, the humorous and simple-looking trombone is said to be the closest to the human voice among the instruments, and it can perform not only a noisy march but also a very romantic ballad.
In the trombone lesson, you will learn how to assemble this elongated instrument and how to hold it correctly, as well as the breathing techniques specific to wind instruments. From there, learn how to use the lips and tongues of general brass instruments and how to produce stable pitches, and applied them from classical to Latin and jazz.