Trombone – bass clef

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Start Here

On this page you’ll find warm-ups and practice pieces for bass clef trombone. Level C, which is for absolute beginners, comes first, and if you progress to the end of Level A at the bottom of the page, you’ll have reached Grade 1 standard.

Before you start, watch this very short video to check that you’re holding your instrument correctly:

Start Here

On this page you’ll find warm-ups and practice pieces for bass clef trombone.

Level C, which is for absolute beginners, comes first, and if you progress to the end of Level A at the bottom of the page, you’ll have reached Grade 1 standard.

Before you start, watch this to check that you’re holding your instrument correctly:

Start Here

On this page you’ll find warm-ups and practice pieces for bass clef trombone.

Level C, which is for absolute beginners, comes first, and if you progress to the end of Level A at the bottom of the page, you’ll have reached Grade 1 standard.

Before you start, watch this to check that you’re holding your instrument correctly:

A trombone

Practice Pieces – Level C

These are the easy ones – start here if you’re a complete beginner.

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level C:

Music notation

When you can play the test piece at the end of this section, you’ll be ready to move on to Level B.

Warm-ups for Level C
C1 – Take 1
C2 – CBB’s
C3 – Let’s Take a Rest
C4 – 3 Note Stroll
C5 – Going Up Going Down
C6 – Suogan
C7 – Test – Talking to Each Other
A trombone

Practice Pieces – Level C

These are the easy ones – start here if you’re a complete beginner.

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level C:

Music notation

When you can play the test piece at the end of this section, you’ll be ready for Level B.

Warm-ups for Level C
C1 – Take 1
C2 – CBB’s
C3 – Let’s Take a Rest
C4 – 3 Note Stroll
C5 – Going Up Going Down
C6 – Suogan
C7 – Test – Talking to Each Other

Practice Pieces – Level C

These are the easy ones – start here if you’re a complete beginner.

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level C:

Music notation

When you can play the test piece at the end of this section, you’ll be ready to move on to Level B.

Warm-ups for Level C
C1 – Take 1
C2 – CBB’s
C3 – Let’s Take a Rest
C4 – 3 Note Stroll
C5 – Going Up Going Down
C6 – Suogan
C7 – Test – Talking to Each Other
A trombone mouthpiece

Practice Pieces – Level B

These are a bit harder – make sure you can play all the Level C pieces before you try these.

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level B:

Music notation

When you can play the test piece at the end of this section, you’ll be ready to move on to Level A.

Warm-ups for Level B
B1 – If You’re Feeling Sad
B2 – Pease Pudding
B3 – Peaceful Harmonies
B4 – Old MacDonaldish
B5 – Once a Man
B6 – Harvest Moon
B7 – Test – Oh When the Saints
A trombone mouthpiece

Practice Pieces – Level B

These are a bit harder – make sure you can play all the Level C pieces before you try these.

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level B:

Music notation

When you can play the test piece at the end of this section, you’ll be ready for Level A.

Warm-ups for Level B
B1 – If You’re Feeling Sad
B2 – Pease Pudding
B3 – Peaceful Harmonies
B4 – Old MacDonaldish
B5 – Once a Man
B6 – Harvest Moon
B7 – Test – Oh When the Saints
A trombone mouthpiece

Practice Pieces – Level B

These are a bit harder – make sure you can play all the Level C pieces before you try these.

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level B:

Music notation

When you can play the test piece at the end of this section, you’ll be ready to move on to Level A.

Warm-ups for Level B
B1 – If You’re Feeling Sad
B2 – Pease Pudding
B3 – Peaceful Harmonies
B4 – Old MacDonaldish
B5 – Once a Man
B6 – Harvest Moon
B7 – Test – Oh When the Saints
A trombone

Practice Pieces – Level A

These are the hardest ones – when you can play these, you’ll be ready to take your Grade 1!

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level A:

Music notation
Warm-ups for Level A
A1 – Once a Man
A2 – All The Leaves
A3 – Z Cars
A4 – Stepping Out
A5 – Moving About
A6 – Lost Mouse
A7 – Chorale
A trombone

Practice Pieces – Level A

These are the hardest ones – when you can play these, you’ll be ready to take your Grade 1!

Warm-ups for Level A
A1 – Once a Man
A2 – All The Leaves
A4 – Z Cars
A4 – Stepping Out
A5 – Moving About
A6 – Lost Mouse
A7 – Chorale
A trombone

Practice Pieces – Level A

These are the hardest ones – when you can play these, you’ll be ready to take your Grade 1!

Here are the notes and slide positions you’ll need for Level A:

Music notation
Warm-ups for Level A
A1 – Once a Man
A2 – All The Leaves
A3 – Z Cars
A4 – Stepping Out
A5 – Moving About
A6 – Lost Mouse
A7 – Chorale