TROMBONE SHORTY by Troy Andrews is a picture book biography of his growing up in New Orleans and the importance of music in his life. One day he found a broken trombone.
Sample: “The next time the parade went by my house, I grabbed that trombone and headed out into the street. My brother James noticed me playing along and smiled proudly. ’Trombone Shorty!’ he called out, because the instrument was twice my size.”
Make your own musical instrument like Trombone Shorty did.
He made a drum from a 12 pack soda box and used pencils for drumsticks. He used empty soda bottles as wind instruments.
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I love reading about people who find ways to do the things they want to do. I remember wanting a guitar so much that I made one out of an old cigar box and a yardstick and different kinds of strings (fishing line, cotton). It didn’t work so well …. Shorty had a better idea.
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