Play Staccato on Trombone

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Steps

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    A staccato is a separated note, tongued individually, very light and swift in playing
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    Let's try to play it.
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    In order to play use the fast tongue technique
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    The tongue should make a sound of repeated "t" against the teeth, which makes this quick sound.
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    Continue practicing Staccato with the quick sound of "t"
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