VTB

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AcronymDefinition
VTBVermont Teddy Bear
VTBVirtual Test Bed (electrical power systems software; University of South Carolina)
VTBVneshtorgbank (Russia foreign trade bank)
VTBVisual Task Board (software)
VTBVendor Take Back (real estate)
VTBVolcano the Bear (band)
VTBVic the Brick (sports radio personality)
VTBValve Trombone (musical instrument)
VTBVocational Training Board ( various locations)
VTBVolvo Trucks Belgium
VTBVirtual Tape Backup
VTBVlaamse Toeristen Bond (Flemish Tourist Board)
VTBTorpedo-Bombing Plane (US Navy)
VTBVerification Test Bed (Sprint)
VTBVacuum Tower Bottom
VTBVote to Ban (message boards)
VTBVestibular Test Battery
VTBVery High Speed Integrated Circuit Technology Brassboard
VTBVirginia Tax Bulletin
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Roy Stringfellow's gift of a conventional slide trombone and a rarely-seen valve trombone has been welcomed by members of the 121 Squadron, which is based in Attleborough Road.
I am surprised that he does not mention the valve trombone in the chapter on art music.
Inspired by some of Stan Kenton's experimental line-ups, they have three all-brass horn sections - trumpets, forward-facing baritones, two mellophones (in lieu of saxes) plus a valve trombone and a bass trombone.
They include lists of surviving trombones made before 1800, centers of trombone repertoire in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, slide trombone methods, valve trombone methods, orchestral trombone sections in orchestras from 1780-1930, and trombonists ca.
A versatile musician who plays the trumpet, flugelhorn, cornet, pocket trumpet and valve trombone, Kiku is also a vocalist and aspiring actress.
In another picture, taken circa 1915, Tizol is holding a valve "bombardino" (a baritone horn that resembles a miniature tuba), with which he experimented before moving to the valve trombone.
This time it's the bossa nova roots and languid, ultra-sophisticated style of pianist Eliane Elias, on stage with fellow American Bob Brookmeyer on valve trombone and the BBC Big Band.
He taught Juan Tizol how to play the violin and the valve trombone.
The peck or tenor horn sounds like a cross between a trumpet and a valve trombone, with a touch of French horn added in.
The history of the valve trombone in Cuba was developed together with the history of U.
Chet in 1954 with Bob Brookmeyer on valve trombone and Bud Shank putting aside his usual alto for the big bad baritone, along with the rhythm section of Russ Freeman on piano, Carson Smith on bass and Shelly Manne on drums.