This is real, folks. This is how Houdini died.
I wrote this little melody after having played the tin whistle for a few months. I never got around to finalizing the ‘B’ line or recording it, but I put together some sheet music to share with you.
These exercises were written for trumpet, but can easily be adapted for trombone. To some brass players, this guide is like a holy book, containing exercises that should be practiced daily. I like to start with at least the 6 notes exercise every time I practice.
Scale are probably the most important foundation for any trombone player. They help you find the correct notes on the slide and learn to hear the correct pitch by the interval on the scale. They can be played legato or staccato to help improve tonguing. Also, scales help player learn to improve upon improvisation and melody creation skills.
I practice scales every time I practice, mostly the majors and minors, but I like to work on the blues/jazz scales as well. Below are links to two PDF files containing sheet music for all the scales.