Play Long Tones on the Trombone

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    Long tones are any notes with duration over four seconds.
    Playing them helps to improve the the embouchure. The embouchure is usage of the facial muscles that help control sound and help strengthen and support your playing.
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    Remember to play the piano and breathe properly.
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    It is important to practice long tones in the morning or every day, as it helps to strengthen the embouchure.
    As trombone is a brass instrument; it requires a lot of work in order to strengthen the muscles around the mouth.
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