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Rote memorization and playing by ear are only two small parts of a musician's technical toolbox, for everything else you play, there's sheet music. Your collection of songbooks is one of the most important things you'll own, apart from the trombone itself, of course. The great thing about sheet music is that there's so much of it to choose from. That means there's something to appeal to the tastes of any trombonist. If you're a movie buff, for example, film scores are some of the most common pieces to find sheet music for. You can re-live your childhood memories with songs from Disney's animated classics, or play a cinema legend from the Wizard of Oz songbook. Sci-fi or fantasy fan? How about Star Wars, The Hobbit or Harry Potter? Moving from the screen to the Broadway stage, you can also pick up the sheet music for timeless musical productions like the Phantom of the Opera or Les Misérables.
One of the best aspects of music is the ability to play something from any genre with just about any instrument. Not only is it a great way to broaden your horizons, it's also given rise to some amazing performances when a musician has gone "out of the comfort zone" with his or her instrument. In light of that, why not take your trombone for a spin with some rock and pop music? There is sheet music for bands as diverse as the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Taylor Swift, Coldplay and even Metallica.
Naturally, you can play to the trombone's common genres as well, with songbooks for Dixie and swing, jazz, classical and big band, as well as a great selection of sheet music compilations drawn from numerous styles. Your choices range from sports classics and holiday music to melting-pot books that have a little bit of everything.
No matter what sort of music you like to play, there's sheet music with trombone arrangements to make it possible. Whether you're expanding your sheet music library or just starting out from scratch, the question isn't "what is there to play?" The question is "what do you want to play?"