Play All Slide Positions on the Trombone

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    After Bb, comes A, which is a half tone down
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    It is the second position.
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    Remember to move the slide down in order to make the second position
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    The third position is another half tone down with Ab or G#.
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    The fourth position is G (sol)
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    We're moving the slide past the bell of the trombone.
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    The fifth position is another half tone down, which is F#
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    The sixth position is F
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    The last position, which is the seventh position, goes down to E (mi)
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    The is the farthest slide position.
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