Trombonification For The Dictionary

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Caz Clay, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. Caz Clay

    Caz Clay New Member


    The word trombonification has become common language at my brass band...

    Definition- to make something trombone like in nature (needs work, suggest help!!)

    It needs to be shared with the world!! Please help us on our mission to get it into the dictionary to spread the word!!! It can only go in if more people use it so add on your words of support!!
    Don't deny your band never trombonifies something?! ;)
  2. stephen2001

    stephen2001 Member

    Due to a recent lack of trombones at band, the Baritones had to cover some of their parts, but that word was never used where perhaps it should have been!!
  3. sevenhelz

    sevenhelz Active Member

    i've heard basses trombonify their low notes ;)
  4. Caz Clay

    Caz Clay New Member

    Glad to hear it ain't just our band where trombonisities are occuring!:tongue: Keep your eyes peeled for them, they can happen anywhere, anywhen!! They're so strangely wrong!

    Spread the word people, we'll only be heard if its used!!!
  5. ronnie_the_lizard

    ronnie_the_lizard Active Member

    Google manages to find 3 entries for 'Trombonification' ....

    This page of tMp is, of course, top of the list, and the third page seems to be thinking up names for a trombone ensemble so is logical but I haven't a clue how the word got into some sort of spoof theoretical physics page.

  6. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    Is there anyione on here who has an idea what that site/ppt is about? (I hope not! :biggrin: MoominDave maybe? :wink: )
  7. ronnie_the_lizard

    ronnie_the_lizard Active Member

    Google's bots seem to be getting a bit slow.

    Trombonify has one entry - NOT tMp :eek: , but the blog of the principle trombonist in Gloucestershire Youth Orchestra.

    Trombonisities isn't there at all yet.
  8. yonhee

    yonhee Active Member

    I felt ill after reading the first few pages...
  9. trumpetmike

    trumpetmike Active Member

    If you trombonify something, what does this actually mean?

    Let the note slowly slide into tune?
    Play at only one volume?
    Let that volume be too loud?
    Unless it's a solo?
    Refuse to play semiquavers?
  10. yonhee

    yonhee Active Member

    anything to make it like a trombone...
  11. Caz Clay

    Caz Clay New Member

    trombonology come up much on google too though it only seems to be a cd, why not let it be the studies of trombonosities... a trombonologist?:confused:
  12. sevenhelz

    sevenhelz Active Member

    make that refuse to play semiquavers in time with the rest of the band.

    "i can't double tongue that slowly!"

  13. Steve

    Steve Active Member

    I was trombonified about 2 years ago and havent looked back :D
  14. HBB

    HBB Active Member

    The rest of the banding community has tho!!
  15. Steve

    Steve Active Member

    haha, and i can see the fear in their eyes as they run away
  16. Ruthless

    Ruthless Member

    I think the rest of us were repeatedly Trombonified at the weekend!!Very Scary!!
  17. stephen2001

    stephen2001 Member

    I'll quite happily play a semi quaver ;)

    (Sorry, I've nicked it from a recent post!)
  18. HBB

    HBB Active Member

    Yup! Like a bunny in teh headlights!

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