It is impossible to say which one is better. It all comes down to which one is played better or just personal preference. Trombone is a brass instrument and Flute is a a woodwind instrument, therefore neither are better.
i play the trombone so i think that the trombone is the best..it sounds so much smoother and sweeter...the trombone is a lot bigger and would definitelly be a lot harder to carry it around.. If you can't carry it you deffinitly have someother problems. Trombones usually have the melody in most of the songs played as a band. i play the the Trombone..THE TRONBONE IS THE BEST
*Info* I'm in the 7th grade, and in a quintet with an oboe, french horn, clarinet (not bass), a trombone, and I play the bassoon. I've been looking for almost a week and have yet to find any music with our odd combination. Should I simply transcribe a flute to trombone, or replace the trombone with a flute? ==================================================== For a true woodwind quintet, you would need to omit both the trombone and the french horn. These are not woodwind instruments. But to answer your real question, (in my opinion) you would probably be better off ditching the trombone and bringing in a flute.
A trombone is a brass instrument with a slide. A recorder is a woodwind instrument of the flute family.
bagpipe,flute and trombone
Flute, saxophone, trombone, clarinet,
you could try going to a music store, or searching on google for sheet music.AnswerTry Edward Troupin's "Discourse," transcribed for the flute by Howard Bass. I think that's about it. Okay, next question: WHY?I've written some music for flute and trombone which is available to buy on the internet. "Dreaming - duet for flute and trombone" can be found onhttp://www.scoreexchange.com/profiles/180Another piece written for flute and 'cello -"Andante in A minor" has also been successfully translated to the trombone. Other flute and trombone duets I've written include Give a Dog a 'Bone and Funny 'Bone. Get in touch if you want to commission a piece. Thanks for asking - Tim New8notes.com they have alot of that type of stuff... and its free
the saxophone, the flute, the trombone, and the clarinet
TRUMPET FLUTE CLARINET SAXAPHONE TROMBONE
She began her studies as a violinist and she has written works for trombone, bass trombone, flute, oboe, bassoon, horn and trumpet.
Flute Oboe piano bell kit marimba xylophone Trombone and more
It depends on your definition of better.
There are a wide variety of types of instruments. This includes the saxophone, the trombone, the flute, the clarinet, and the violin.
For sheet music, the best sites are NoteFlight and MuseScore.
There's clarinet, oboe, saxophone, flute, drums (percussion), trombone, etc.
In order it is the trumpet, frenchorn,trombone,tuba , flute,violin double bass
Maybe, but then it wouldn't really be a woodwind quintet. A classic woodwind quintet includes flute, bassoon, clarinet, oboe, and French horn.
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(wood wind) Clarinet, sax, recorder, flute. (brass?) Trombone, trumpet, french horn.
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Your basic band instrements.Examples:Flute,Clarinet,Piccolo,Recorder,Trombone,Trumpet,Saxophone,Mini Trombone,Drums,Snare DrumsEtc. Etc.
hmmm... a trombone is brass, a clarinet is wood wind, so either flute or trumpet, either that or they grow up to be a FBI agent!
Donal R. Michalsky has written: 'Sonatina for flute and clarinet' -- subject(s): Sonatas (Clarinet and flute) 'Fantasia alla marcia' -- subject(s): Sextets (Horn, trombone, trumpets (2), tuba, percussion), Brass quintets (Horn, trombone, trumpets (2), tuba)
trumpet, french horn, baritone, saxophone, clarinet, flute, tuba, trombone ect.
No, Flutes are musical instrunments./ Musical instruments have mutes. Like violin, trumpet, trombone, etc. But flutes, do not. -BJ
Usually woodwinds (such as the clarinet, flute, saxophone, etc.) and brass instruments (trumpet, trombone, etc.)