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Romblon has been inhabited by aboriginal Filipinos prior to the arrival of the Spanish in Archaeological artifacts recovered by the National Museum in indicate that the aborigines of Romblon already have a rich and advanced culture.
Under Spanish colonial rule, Romblon was initially administered under the newly established province of Arevalo , until , when it was transferred to the jurisdiction of the newly created province of Capiz.
With arrival of the Americans in , Romblon was declared a province and placed under civilian rule. It lost its provincial status for a short while between and , but regained it in , just after World War II.
The inhabitants of Romblon are divided into three ethnolinguistic groups: Romblomanon , Onhan and Asi. These groups occupy specific islands in the province and have their own language and customs.
Romblomanon is mainly spoken in the town of Romblon, in all of three towns of Sibuyan Island, and the town of San Agustin in Tablas Island.
Onhan is mainly spoken in the municipalities in the southern part of Tablas Island Alcantara , Looc , Ferrol , Santa Fe , San Andres , and Santa Maria as well as in the island municipality of San Jose.
The northwestern part of Tablas Island in Odiongan and Calatrava , as well as the islands municipalities of Corcuera, Banton, and Concepcion, speak the Asi language.
Currently, the province relies on agriculture , particularly rice and copra farming as well as fishing , for its livelihood.
It also has a lucrative marble industry due to an abundance of Italian-quality marble, hence, its moniker as the "Marble Capital of the Philippines.
According to legend, the name "Romblon" was derived from the Romblomanon word Nagalumyom , which pertains to a chicken in the act of sitting on its eggs on a nest.
Meanwhile, local historians Roland Madeja and Evelyn Reyes relate the origin of the name "Romblon" to the shape of Romblon Island.
Madeja claims that the name was derived from the Spanish word ronblon , another term for tornillo , meaning " screw. The Spanish might have named the island after the shape of the coin.
Romblon's aboriginal inhabitants were the Negritos from Panay and Mangyans from Mindoro , who settled in the islands during the precolonial period.
These artifacts are currently on display at the National Museum in Manila. The islands were later organized into three encomiendas and were administered from Arevalo.
De Loarca visited Romblon in and conducted the first census of the islands. In , Augustinian Recollect missionaries arrived in Romblon to establish Catholic missions and settlements.
They helped the Spanish authorities establish peace and order in the islands. In , they established seven missionary centers at Romblon, Badajoz San Agustin , Cajidiocan, Banton, Looc, Odiongan and Magallanes Magdiwang.
They also built massive forts, churches and watchtowers in the province, such as Fort San Jose in Banton and Fort San Andres in Romblon, following a Dutch attack in which destroyed the capital town and to repulse recurring Moro raids.
Romblon was separated from the jurisdiction of Arevalo and annexed to Capiz , when the province was created in Asi -speaking natives were assigned the letter F, Romblomanon speakers were assigned the letter M, speakers of the Sibuyanon style of Romblomanon were assigned the letter R, while Onhan -speaking natives were assigned the letter G.
In , the islands were organized into a politico-military comandancia "sub-province" in English administered from Capiz and continued to be so until the end of the Spanish rule in The town of Romblon was its capital and the other municipalities were Azagra, Badajos now San Agustin , Banton, Cajidiocan, Corcuera, Looc, Magallanes now Magdiwang , Odiongan, Despujols now San Andres and Santa Fe.
In , amid the Philippine Revolution , Katipunan leader Emilio Aguinaldo sent his generals to several provinces in the Visayas to expand the recognition of his revolutionary government in the central and southern Philippines.
On 25 July the same year, Riego de Dios took the Romblon capital and captured Spanish officials. A local election was also held in Romblon town for its ministers of justice and barrio officials.
Upon the restoration of peace and order in the province following the Philippine—American War , the Americans established civilian government in the islands on 16 March Romblon was created as a regular province in the same year but due to insufficient income, it became a sub-province of Capiz again in until 7 December when Act No.
During World War II , the Japanese Imperial Forces established a garrison in Romblon on 21 March which they maintained until the end of the war.
The islands became one of the centers of resistance movement against the Japanese. The movement was led by the Free Panay Guerilla Forces composed of members from the 6th Military District under the direction of Col.
Macario Peralta, Jr. By 18 March, the province was liberated from Japanese forces. On 1 October , Congress passed Republic Act No. Modesto Formilleza, which abolished the four special municipalities and restored Romblon and its municipalities to its pre-war status.
Romblon was among the provinces affected by the COVID pandemic in the Philippines in The province recorded its first case on 28 March after a German national from San Jose tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 following his admission for medical treatment in a hospital in neighboring Aklan province.
The patient had no travel history outside the country, but had travelled to Metro Manila prior to his medical treatment.
Romblon is strategically situated at the center of the Philippine archipelago. Geographically part of the Visayas , it is composed of three major islands Tablas, Sibuyan and Romblon and 17 smaller islands.
It is surrounded by deep waters, and is bounded by Masbate in the east, Mindoro in the west, Marinduque in the north and Panay in the south.
The islands are dispersed and accessible only via sea transportation except for Tablas Island where a domestic airport is located in the municipality of Alcantara.
The province has a total land area of approximately 1, It is generally mountainous with about 40 percent of its land area having an inclination of more than 50 percent.
Only four percent of the total area has an inclination of three to eight percent, while a sparse 10 percent has an inclination of three to zero percent.
Narrow strips of coastal lowlands, low hills and plains typify the topography of some of the islands.
Tablas Island shows varied relief characteristics. The western coastal areas are level to undulating while the eastern coastal areas are rough to rugged.
The southern section covering Santa Fe and the mid-western portion may be described as having rolling to rough terrain.
Extremely rugged areas can be found in the central section of the island. Sibuyan Island is a thickly forested mountain mass. The western portion of the island may be characterized as extensively rugged, having ascents of 60 percent or more while the eastern section is relatively undulating to rolling.
The highest elevation, the peak of Mt. Guiting-Guiting, reaches about 2, meters 6, feet above sea level.
The major areas that are highly productive and buildable are basically in Tablas and Sibuyan. These include Odiongan, San Andres, Looc and Santa Fe in Tablas Island.
All three municipalities in Sibuyan Island, on the other hand, have substantial level to gently sloping lands. Overall, good developable lands represent about 13 percent of the province's total area.
Romblon, particularly Sibuyan Island, is among the few places in the Philippines with a well-preserved natural environment.
Uninterrupted rainforest covers 75 percent of the island. It is also home to the country's cleanest inland body of water, the Cantigas River, as well as 34 waterfalls.
Among these endemic species are nine mammals, seven lizards, two amphibians, three birds and vascular plants,  such as the Nepenthes argentii ,   Nepenthes sibuyanensis ,   Nepenthes armin ,   Sibuyan striped shrew rat ,  Sibuyan shrew ,  Philippine tube-nosed fruit bat ,  indigo-banded kingfisher ,  and the Romblon hawk-owl.
Romblon comprises 17 municipalities. Of these, nine are located in Tablas Island San Agustin, Calatrava, San Andres, Odiongan, Ferrol, Santa Fe, Looc, Alcantara and Santa Maria , three in Sibuyan Island Magdiwang, Cajidiocan and San Fernando and five Romblon, San Jose, Banton, Concepcion and Corcuera are island municipalities.
Romblon falls under Type III of the Corona climatic classification system which was devised in It is characterized by no pronounced wet and dry seasons.
Generally, the wet season is from June to November and sometimes extends up to December when the southwest monsoon is predominant.
The dry season is from January to May but is sometimes interrupted by erratic rainfall. Habagat monsoon winds pass through the province from June to October while northeasterly winds or Amihan blows through the islands from December to February.
It ranks fourth among the five provinces of the MIMAROPA Region in terms of population and represents 9.
Males outnumber females in the province with a sex ratio of according to the census. Of the province's , household population, males accounted for , or The voting-age population 18 years old and over accounted for There were more females The languages of Romblon, as well as all languages native to the Philippines, belong to the Austronesian language family , the second largest language family in the world with 1, known languages, second only to the Niger-Congo family's 1, languages.
All of the languages of the Philippines, except Samalan, are classified as Philippine languages under the Western Malayo-Polynesian branch of Austronesian.
The Philippine language group has three main branches: Northern , Southern and Central , the latter of which is composed of the Visayan , Bikol and Tagalog languages.
Unlike other islands or provinces in the Philippines where all local languages are classifiable under the same subgroup of languages, each of the three languages of Romblon — Romblomanon, Onhan and Asi — actually belongs to a different subgroup of the Visayan language group.
Romblomanon belongs to the Central Visayan subgroup, which spans from Waray-Waray in Samar and Leyte , through Masbatenyo and Sorsoganon , and as far west as Hiligaynon and Capiznon on Panay.
It is spoken in Romblon and Sibuyan Islands, as well as in San Agustin town in Tablas Island. Onhan, on the other hand, belongs to the Western Visayan subgroup, which includes Kinaray-a and Aklanon as well as several minor languages spoken on Mindoro, Palawan, and some small islands in between.
Its speakers are mainly from the southern portion of Tablas Island, in the municipalities of San Andres, Santa Maria, Alcantara, Ferrol, Looc, and Santa Fe, as well as in the municipality of San Jose in Carabao Island.
He also suggests that Asi may have a Cebuano substratum and that many of its words may have been influenced by the later influx of other languages such as Romblomanon.
The people of the province are predominantly Roman Catholic. In , the UP School of Economics reported that in recent years, 69 percent were Catholics , 30 percent belong to Iglesia Filipina Independiente while five percent to Muslims , and around three percent belonged to Iglesia ni Cristo.
Romblon used to be one of the poorest provinces in the Philippines until when it recorded lower poverty incidence of Poverty incidence in the province further declined to The provincial economy is heavily reliant on agriculture, tourism and mineral extraction which can be greatly affected by typhoons the frequently pass through the province yearly.
Agriculture is the main industry in Romblon. Coconut is the most cultivated crop with a total planted area of 58, San Agustin has the most extensive area with coconut plants followed by Romblon and Cajidiocan.
Rice is the next crop, cultivated particularly in Odiongan, Looc, Cajidiocan and Santa Fe. Other crops grown include root crops, vegetables and fruits.
Odiongan, Banton and Magdiwang have the greatest areas planted with root crops and correspondingly, have the highest volume of production.
Vegetable production is mostly for home consumption and grown in small scale. Livestock development and poultry production is a viable small scale enterprise for farmers in the province.
The provincial government maintains breeding facilities in strategic locations province-wide to encourage farmers to engage in livestock and poultry production to augment their income.
Livestock and poultry management training and seminars is provided to interested clients. Due to the geographical condition of the province, crops and livestock production is generally deficient as compared to the food requirements of Romblon population.
To meet the rice requirements, Romblon relies on imports from the neighboring provinces while vegetables, poultry meat, vegetables and fruits are supplied mostly by Luzon.
Fishing industry is a major enterprise as Romblon is surrounded by water on all sides. The fishing grounds of Romblon are a migratory path of fish from Sulu and Visayan Seas passing Tablas Strait , Sibuyan Sea and Romblon Pass.
The waters also abound with demersal fish due to the coral reefs surrounding the islands. Because the province has a great potential for aqua-marine development, the province implemented a coastal and resource management program.
Each municipality established a fish sanctuary and passed laws on fishery. The use of air compressors in the municipal waters was regulated and banned altogether in some municipalities.
Marble is the most significant mineral deposit of Romblon and is the most renowned product of the province. Based on statistics, Romblon is the second biggest provincial marble producer of the country next to Bulacan.
Romblon marble is of very high quality and comes in shades of white, green, pink, red and black. The Mines and Geosciences Bureau has estimated that Romblon is endowed with about million metric tons of marble.
At current rates of extraction, the supply may last for three more centuries. Tablas Island is also believed to have vast reserves of marble.
Marble quarrying and processing are major activities in Romblon. Among the most common marble products are categorized into the following: novelty items gifts, ashtray, table bars , furniture dining tables, baptismal fonts and construction materials tiles, balusters, marble chips.
Other mineral resources with considerable quantity include nickel ore and gold mostly to be found in Sibuyan Island.
Gold panning and small-scale mining is a lucrative undertaking in Magdiwang. Being an archipelago, Romblon has numerous beaches and dive sites.
Among its best white sand beaches are Bonbon, Cobrador and Tiamban Beach in Romblon, Macat-ang, Tabunan and Tambak Beach in Banton, Lunas and Bignay Beach in San Jose, and Cresta del Gallo in San Fernando.
Mount Guiting-Guiting in Sibuyan, the province's tallest mountain, is considered as one of the most difficult climbs in the Philippines, and is thus a major destination of local mountain climbers because of its steep and jagged summit.
Aside from the precolonial Guyangan Cave System in Banton, the province also has several heritage sites built during the Spanish colonial period.
In Romblon town, the forts of San Andres and Santiago served as fortifications against Muslim pirates in the 17th century, while the St.
In recent years Romblon Island has attracted more scuba divers. It has pristine and untouched reefs with almost undisturbed hard and soft corals around the islands of Romblon, Logbon, Alad and Cobrador.
With multiple marine sanctuaries and private associations most of the marine life around Romblon is protected. In addition to the reefs, Romblon has been becoming famous for its rare and unique macro habitat, such as the Melibe colemani , the Cyerce nigra and the Cyerce bourbonica.
Just like any other province in the Philippines, Romblon's chief executive and head is the provincial governor.
He was elected in as vice-governor and reelected in The provincial vice governor performs duties as acting governor in the absence of the provincial governor.
He is a grandson of the late governor of the same province, Perpetuo Ylagan. The province, which is a lone congressional district, is represented in the Philippine House of Representatives by longtime Representative Eleandro Jesus "Budoy" Madrona from the Nacionalista Party.
Following two terms wherein Perpetuo Ylagan and Eduardo Firmalo respectively represented the district in Congress, Madrona ran and won again in His third and last term will expire in Within the province, the Provincial Board or Sangguniang Panlalawigan crafts all provincial ordinances, performs appropriation of provincial funds, issues franchises and permits, impose fees on provincial services, and exercise other duties and powers as stipulated by the Local Government Code of Romblon's provincial sea is composed of two concentric circles: A smaller blue circle over a larger white circle.
The white circle forms a band, with the words Lalawigan ng Romblon Province of Romblon on top and Pilipinas Philippines on the bottom each written in semi-circular fashion.
The blue circle symbolizes Romblon's geography as an archipelago surrounded by sea. On the middle of the blue circle is the province's designated five-sided white shield.
At the center of the shield are 17 green human figures that appear to be linking arms. These symbolize the 17 municipalities that make up the province.
Its green color represents the island's ecological and agricultural resources. The human figures form a circle surrounding five figures: A marble craftsman and a marble almirez mortar and pestle , representing the province's marble industry.
On its left side is the image of a fish, representing the province's fishing industry, and on its right side is a coconut, representing the province's copra industry.
Behind the craftsman is an green outline of a mountain, representing Mount Guiting-Guiting National Park, a protected nature reserve where the province's tallest mountain is located.
Behind the mountain is a rising sun, similar to the sun found on the Philippine flag , representing the Divine Providence of abundant natural resources.
Romblon province is connected by a network of national and provincial roads. National roads form much of this network, with a total length of Provincial roads, meanwhile, total Municipal and barangay roads in far-flung villages and island municipalities are not part of these figures.
The primary modes of land transportation in the province are jeepneys , passenger motorcycles , minibuses and tricycles that serve inter-municipal movements and linkages.
Sea transportation is the primary mode of transportation linking Romblon with Luzon and islands in the Visayas. Inter-island ferries, RORO , and cargo ships from Manila, the southern Luzon ports of Batangas City , Lucena City in Quezon province , Roxas, Oriental Mindoro , and Roxas City in Capiz province are the primary modes of transportation linking the province to the rest of the country.
Montenegro Lines , 2GO , and Romblon Shipping Lines all have ferry service from Manila to the main ports of entry of Odiongan and the capital town of Romblon and vice versa.
From Romblon, Montenegro also serves Magdiwang in Sibuyan, while Romblon Shipping Lines also serves Cajidiocan. These pump boats are also used in going to barangays where there are no existing road networks or between municipalities in the province that do not have existing ferry service.
Tugdan Airport in Alcantara is the only airport in the province and is less than an hour away from Metro Manila. Philippine Airlines , the country's flag carrier, used to fly thrice a week Sunday, Wednesday and Friday  to the airport via its budget carrier, PAL Express ,    but has ceased as of 1 September due to transfer of some of its flights to Clark International Airport in Pampanga.
Power supply in Romblon is generated by the National Power Corporation NPC and serviced by two electric cooperatives. Tablas Island Electric Cooperative TIELCO serves the power needs of Tablas Island including San Jose.
It operates a 5. In , SUWECO opened a diesel power plant in Barangay Batiano, Odiongan, which supplies TIELCO with 8.
The two power plants supply electricity to the towns of Odiongan, San Andres, Calatrava, San Agustin, Santa Maria, Santa Fe, Alcantara, Looc, and Ferrol in Tablas.
Romblon Electric Cooperative ROMELCO supplies electricity to the capital town of Romblon through a 1. It also serves Sibuyan Island using a 3.
The meter tall wind turbines were manufactured by Japanese company Komaihaltec Inc. An additional kW wind turbines will be installed in Out of 17 municipalities, 14 have Level III water supply systems serving 18, households or about Level III has a reservoir with house-to-house connections.
Level I category is a common facility where the community members get their water supply from deep wells and shallow wells , while Level II has a reservoir with communal faucet.
Based on the report from the Provincial Health Office in , a total of 48, households out of the 57, or The province has several operating telecommunication exchanges, namely Kayumanggi, Romblontel, Odiongan Telephone Corporation OTELCO , the Telecommunication Office TELOF , telegram system, Liberty Telecom , public calling stations under the DOTC and the Provincial Communication System PCS radio transceivers and receivers.
Smart Communications , Sun Cellular and Globe Telecom already have relay stations in Romblon, Odiongan and Cajidiocan, enabling most areas province-wide connected through cellphones , except on some area where the signal is weak or non-existent because of mountains that block the signal.
The Triple Peak in Santa Maria has a relay station for PLDT and Liberty Telecom. There are three radio stations in the province, two of which are operated by the Radyo Natin Network and the other, Charm FM Radyo Natin Network operates the call sign DWMM at A relay station for GMA Network and Romblon Community TV affiliate of People's Television Network in Santa Maria allows the province to access television shows broadcast by the network from Manila.
There are also existing cable providers and local cable stations operating in several municipalities in the province, namely Romblon Cable Corporation Romblon , Accutronics System Inc.
Odiongan , San Agustin Cable Antenna Corp. San Agustin , Countryside Satellite Television System Inc. Looc , Gateway Cable TV Network Calatrava , San Andres CATV Service Coop.
San Andres , Josefa J. Martinez CATV Services Alcantara , Magdiwang Cable Television Magdiwang , and Sibuyan Cable TV San Fernando and Cajidiocan.
Aside from these cable stations, there are also distributors of direct-to-home DTH satellite TV such as Cignal Digital TV , Dream Satellite TV , G Sat , and Sky Direct who provide television services for its subscribers.
The Division of Romblon of the Department of Education DepEd supervises and oversees the delivery of education and operations of public schools in the province.
It is composed of 13 districts, where there are elementary schools, of which are public and 12 are private. Of the public elementary schools, offer preschool education, while 20 of the private schools have the same offering.
There are also 10 private preschools offering pre-elementary. For secondary level, a total of 44 schools offer secondary education, of which 37 are public schools and seven are private institutions.
The Virginia Centurione Bracelli School offers both primary and secondary education. There are 13 vocational schools in the province, while tertiary education is offered by privately owned Romblon College and the Romblon State University RSU , one of the oldest state universities in the Philippines.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the capital town, see Romblon, Romblon. For other uses, see Romblon disambiguation.
Province in Mimaropa, Philippines. From top, left to right Romblon Bay with the capital town of Romblon in the foreground Fort San Andres the Cathedral of St.
Joseph the Worker Parish Mainit Falls in Odiongan Binucot Beach in Odiongan. Mount Guiting-Guiting. Alcantara Banton Cajidiocan Calatrava Concepcion Corcuera Ferrol Looc Magdiwang Odiongan Romblon San Agustin San Andres San Fernando San Jose Santa Fe Santa Maria.
Romblomanon Onhan Asi Hiligaynon Tagalog English. Languages Spoken    Language Population Romblomanon.
Main articles: Romblomanon language , Onhan language , and Asi language. Poverty Incidence of Romblon. Tenor trombones typically have a bore of 0.
A number of common variations on trombone construction are noted below. During the Renaissance, the equivalent English term was " sackbut ".
The word first appears in court records in as " shakbusshe " at about the time King Henry VII married a Portuguese princess who brought musicians with her.
The French equivalent " saqueboute " appears in The German " Posaune " long predates the invention of the slide and could refer to a natural trumpet as late as the early fifteenth century.
Both towns and courts sponsored bands of shawms and trombone. The most famous and influential served the Duke of Burgundy.
The trombone's principal role was the contratenor part in a dance band. It was used in outdoor events, in concert, and in liturgical settings.
With trumpeters, trombonists in German city-states were employed as civil officials. As officials, these trombonists were often relegated to standing watch in the city towers but would also herald the arrival of important people to the city.
This is similar to the role of a military bugler and was used as a sign of wealth and strength in 16th century German cities.
However, these trombonists were often viewed separately from the more skilled trombonists who played in groups such as the alta capella wind ensembles and the first orchestral ensembles.
These performed in religious settings, such as St Mark's Basilica in Venice in the early 17th century. Composers who wrote for trombone during this period include Claudio Monteverdi , Heinrich Schütz , Giovanni Gabrieli and his uncle Andrea Gabrieli.
The trombone doubled voice parts in sacred works, but there are also solo pieces written for trombone in the early 17th century. When the sackbut returned to common use in England in the 18th century, Italian music was so influential that the instrument became known as the "trombone",  although in some countries the same name has been applied throughout its history, viz.
Italian trombone and German Posaune. The 17th-century trombone was built in slightly smaller dimensions than modern trombones and had a bell that was more conical and less flared.
During the later Baroque period, Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel used trombones on a few occasions. Bach called for a tromba di tirarsi to double the cantus firmus in some of his liturgical cantatas , which may be a form of the closely related slide trumpet.
Handel used it in the Death March from Saul , Samson , and Israel in Egypt. All were examples of an oratorio style popular during the early 18th century.
Score notations are rare because only a few professional "Stadtpfeiffer" or alta cappella musicians were available. Handel, for instance, had to import trombones to England from a Royal court in Hanover, Germany, to perform one of his larger compositions.
The construction of the trombone changed relatively little between the Baroque and Classical period. The most obvious change was in the bell, slightly more flared.
Beethoven also used trombones in his Symphony No. Trombones were often included in compositions, operas, and symphonies by composers such as Felix Mendelssohn , Hector Berlioz , Franz Berwald , Charles Gounod , Franz Liszt , Gioacchino Rossini , Franz Schubert , Robert Schumann , Giuseppe Verdi , and Richard Wagner among others.
Although the trombone trio had been paired with one or two cornets during the Renaissance and early Baroque periods, the disappearance of the cornet as a partner and replacement by oboe and clarinet left unchanged the trombone's purpose: to support the alto, tenor, and bass voices of the chorus usually in ecclesiastical settings where harmonic moving lines were more difficult to pick out than the melodic soprano line.
But the introduction of trombones into the orchestra allied them more closely with trumpets, and soon an additional tenor trombone replaced alto.
The Germans and Austrians kept alto trombone somewhat longer than the French, who preferred a section of three tenor trombones until after the Second World War.
In other countries, the trio of two tenor trombones and one bass became standard by about the mid 19th century. Trombonists were employed less by court orchestras and cathedrals and so were expected to provide their own instrument.
But orchestral musicians adopted the tenor trombone, the most versatile trombone that could play in the ranges of any of the three trombone parts that typically appeared in orchestral scores.
Valve trombones in the midth century did little to alter the make-up of the orchestral trombone section; although it was ousted from orchestras in Germany and France, the valve trombone remained popular almost to the exclusion of the slide instrument in countries such as Italy and Bohemia.
With the ophicleide or later, the tuba subjoined to the trombone trio during the 19th century, parts scored for the bass trombone rarely descended as low as parts scored before the addition of either of these new low brass instruments.
Experiments with the trombone section included Richard Wagner's addition of a contrabass trombone in Der Ring des Nibelungen and Gustav Mahler's and Richard Strauss' augmentation by adding a second bass trombone to the usual trio of two tenor trombones and one bass trombone.
The majority of orchestral works are still scored for the usual mid- to lateth-century low brass section of two tenor trombones, one bass trombone, and one tuba.
Trombones have been a part of the large wind band since its inception as an ensemble during the French Revolution of During the 19th century wind band traditions were established, including circus bands, military bands, brass bands primarily in the UK , and town bands primarily in the US.
Some of these, especially military bands in Europe, used rear-facing trombones where the bell section pointed behind the player's left shoulder.
These bands played a limited repertoire, with few original compositions, that consisted mainly of orchestral transcriptions, arrangements of popular and patriotic tunes, and feature pieces for soloists usually cornetists, singers, and violinists.
Toward the end of the 19th century, trombone virtuosi began appearing as soloists in American wind bands. The most notable was Arthur Pryor , who played with the John Philip Sousa band and formed his own.
In the Romantic era, Leipzig became a center of trombone pedagogy. The trombone began to be taught at the Musikhochschule founded by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.
The Paris Conservatory and its yearly exhibition also contributed to trombone education. At the Leipzig academy, Mendelssohn's bass trombonist, Karl Traugott Queisser , was the first in a long line of distinguished professors of the trombone.
Several composers wrote works for Quiesser, including Ferdinand David Mendelssohn's concertmaster who wrote in the Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra , Ernst Sachse and Friedrich August Belcke , whose solo works remain popular in Germany.
Queisser helped re-establish the reputation of the trombone in Germany. He championed and popularized Christian Friedrich Sattler's tenorbass trombone during the s, leading to its widespread use in orchestras throughout Germany and Austria.
Sattler had a great influence on trombone design. He introduced a significant widening of the bore the most important since the Renaissance , the innovations of Schlangenverzierungen snake decorations , the bell garland, and the wide bell flare—features still found on German-made trombones that were widely copied during the 19th century.
The trombone was further improved in the 19th century with the addition of "stockings" at the end of the inner slide to reduce friction, the development of the water key to expel condensation from the horn, and the occasional addition of a valve that, intentionally, only was to be set on or off but later was to become the regular F-valve.
Additionally, the valve trombone came around the s shortly after the invention of valves, and was in common use in Italy and Austria in the second half of the century.
With the rise of recorded music and music schools, orchestral trombone sections around the world began to have a more consistent idea of a standard trombone sound.
French orchestras did the same in the s. During the first half of the century, touring and community concert bands lost their popularity in the United States and were greatly reduced in number.
However, with the development of music education in the public school system, high school, and university concert bands and marching bands and became ubiquitous in the US.
A typical concert band trombone section consists of two tenor trombones and one bass trombone, but using multiple players per part is common practice, especially in public-school settings.
In the s the trombone assisted the bass or tuba player's job of outlining chords for the other instruments by playing a bass line for the higher-pitched instruments to improvise over.
It was not until the swing era of the mids that the trombone began to be used as a solo instrument. Examples of early trombone soloists are Jack Teagarden and J.
Changes in construction have occurred during the 20th century, such as the use of different materials; increases in mouthpiece, bore, and bell dimensions; and in types of mutes and valves.
Despite the universal switch to a larger horn, many European trombone makers prefer a slightly smaller bore than their American counterparts.
One of the most significant changes is the popularity of the F-attachment trigger. Through the midth century, orchestral trombonists used instruments that lacked a trigger because there was no need for one.
But as 20th century composers such as Mahler became popular, tenor trombone parts began to extend down into lower ranges that required a trigger.
Although some trombonists prefer "straight" trombone models without triggers, most have added them for convenience and versatility.
The trombone can be found in symphony orchestras, concert bands, marching bands, military bands, brass bands, and brass choirs. In chamber music, it is used in brass quintets, quartets, or trios, or trombone trios, quartets, or choirs.
The size of a trombone choir can vary from five or six to twenty or more members. The most frequently encountered type of trombone today is the tenor, followed by the bass, though as with many other Renaissance instruments such as the recorder , the trombone has been built in sizes from piccolo to contrabass.
Trombones are usually constructed with a slide that is used to change the pitch. Valve trombones use three valves singly or in combination instead of the slide.
The valves follow the same schema as other valved instruments-the first valve lowers the pitch by one step, the second valve by a half-step, and the third valve by one and a half steps.
A superbone uses a full set of valves and a slide. These differ from trombones with triggers. Some slide trombones have one or less frequently two rotary valves operated by a left-hand thumb trigger.
Some bass trombones have a second trigger with a different length of tubing. The second trigger facilitates playing the otherwise problematic low B.
A buccin is a trombone with a round, zoomorphic bell section. They were common in 19th-century military bands.
It was first described by Andre Braun circa In Joseph Fröhlich wrote on the differences between the modern system and an old system where four diatonic slide positions were used and the trombone was usually keyed to A.
Tightening and loosening the lips will allow the player to "bend" the note up or down by a semitone without changing position, so a slightly out-of-position slide may be compensated for by ear.
As with all brass instruments, progressive tightening of the lips and increased air pressure allow the player to move to different partial in the harmonic series.
F 4 marks the sixth partial, or the fifth overtone. On the slide trombone, such deviations from intonation are corrected for by slightly adjusting the slide or by using an alternate position.
The higher in the harmonic series any two successive notes are, the closer they tend to be as evidenced by the progressively smaller intervals noted above.
A byproduct of this is the relatively few motions needed to move between notes in the higher ranges of the trombone. In the lower range, significant movement of the slide is required between positions, which becomes more exaggerated on lower pitched trombones, but for higher notes the player need only use the first four positions of the slide since the partials are closer together, allowing higher notes in alternate positions.
The note E 1 or the lowest E on a standard key piano keyboard is the lowest attainable note on a 9-foot 2.
Skilled players can produce " falset " notes between these, but the sound is relatively weak and not usually used in performance.
The addition of an F attachment allows for intermediate notes to be played with more clarity. The trombone is one of the few wind instruments that can produce a true glissando , by moving the slide without interrupting the airflow or sound production.
Every pitch in a glissando must have the same harmonic number, and a tritone is the largest interval that can be performed as a glissando. Trills , though generally simple with valves, are difficult on the slide trombone.
Trills tend to be easiest and most effective higher in the harmonic series because the distance between notes is much smaller and slide movement is minimal.
Thus, the most convincing trills tend to be above the first octave and a half of the tenor's range. Unlike most other brass instruments in an orchestral setting, the trombone is not usually considered a transposing instrument.
Prior to the invention of valve systems, most brass instruments were limited to playing one overtone series at a time; altering the pitch of the instrument required manually replacing a section of tubing called a " crook " or picking up an instrument of different length.
Their parts were transposed according to which crook or length-of-instrument they used at any given time, so that a particular note on the staff always corresponded to a particular partial on the instrument.
Trombones, on the other hand, have used slides since their inception. As such, they have always been fully chromatic, so no such tradition took hold, and trombone parts have always been notated at concert pitch with one exception, discussed below.
Also, it was quite common for trombones to double choir parts; reading in concert pitch meant there was no need for dedicated trombone parts. Note that while the fundamental sounding pitch slide fully retracted has remained quite consistent, the conceptual pitch of trombones has changed since their origin e.
Trombone parts are typically notated in bass clef , though sometimes also written in tenor clef or alto clef. The use of alto clef is usually confined to orchestral first trombone parts, with the second trombone part written in tenor clef and the third bass part in bass clef.
As the alto trombone declined in popularity during the 19th century, this practice was gradually abandoned and first trombone parts came to be notated in the tenor or bass clef.
Some Russian and Eastern European composers wrote first and second tenor trombone parts on one alto clef staff the German Robert Schumann was the first to do this.
Examples of this practice are evident in scores by Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, Dmitri Shostakovich.
Trombone parts in band music are nearly exclusively notated in bass clef. The rare exceptions are in contemporary works intended for high-level wind bands.
A variety of mutes can be used with the trombone to alter its timbre. Many are held in place with the use of cork grips, including the straight, cup, harmon and pixie mutes.
Some fit over the bell, like the bucket mute. In addition to this, mutes can be held in front of the bell and moved to cover more or less area for a wah-wah effect.
Mutes used in this way include the "hat" a metal mute shaped like a bowler hat and plunger which looks like, and often is, the rubber suction cup from a sink or toilet plunger , a sound featured as the voices of adults in the Peanuts cartoons.
Trombone bells and sometimes slides may be constructed of different brass mixtures. Some manufacturers offer interchangeable bells.
The smallest sizes are found in small jazz trombones and older narrow-bore instruments, while the larger sizes are common in orchestral models.
The bell may be constructed out of two separate brass sheets or out of one single piece of metal and hammered on a mandrel until the part is shaped correctly.
The edge of the bell may be finished with or without a piece of bell wire to secure it, which also affects the tone quality; most bells are built with bell wire.
Occasionally, trombone bells are made from solid sterling silver. Many trombones have valve attachments to aid in increasing the range of the instrument while also allowing alternate slide positions for difficult music passages.
In addition, valve attachments make trills much easier. Valve attachments appear on alto, tenor, bass, and contrabass trombones.
Bass trombones also very commonly have F-attachments, which serve exactly the same function as on the tenor trombone. Some single valve bass trombones have E-attachments instead of F-attachments, or sometimes there is extra tubing on the F-attachment to allow it to be used as an E-attachment if desired.
However, many bass trombones have a second valve attachment instead, which increases their range downward even more. The two valves on a bass trombone can either be independent or dependent.
Dependent means that the second valve only works when used in combination with the first, as it is located directly on the F- or E-attachment tubing.
Newer bass trombones have independent in-line valves instead, meaning that the second valve is located on the neckpipe of the instrument and can therefore operate independently of the other.
The most common type of valve seen for valve attachments is the rotary valve. Some trombones have piston valves used instead of rotary valves for valve attachments, but it is very rare and is today considered unconventional.
Many of these new trombone valve designs have enjoyed great success on the market, but the standard rotary valve remains the most common for trombone valve attachments.
The Thayer valve is an advanced, conically shaped rotary valve that has become very popular in recent trombone design due to the open air flow it allows.
The Thayer valve bends the air flowing through the trombone as little as 25 degrees. The Hagmann valve is a rotary valve variation that has become popular in recent years.
It was invented following the Thayer valve as a response to maintenance issues of the Thayer valve. The standard rotary valve, like the one seen on this tenor trombone, is the most common valve type seen on slide trombones today.
Some trombones have valves instead of a slide see valve trombone. These are usually rotary valves , or piston valves. Matt Belanger formerly of ska punk band We Are the Union playing a valve trombone.
More often than not, tenor trombones with an F attachment , or trigger, have a larger bore through the attachment than through the 'straight' section the portion of the trombone through which the air flows when the attachment is not engaged.
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