|Definition of articulation||00h:00m:08s|
|Definition and demonstration of staccato||00h:00m:20s|
|Demonstration of staccato in Stravinsky's Firebird Infernal Dance||00h:00m:40s|
|Demonstration of staccato in Rossini's La Gazza Ladra||00h:01m:02s|
|Definition and demonstration of marcato||00h:01m:25s|
|Marcato in Berlioz' Hungarian March from Faust||00h:01m:49s|
|Bruckner Symphony No. 8||00h:02m:10s|
|Definition and demonstration of tenuto||00h:02m:33s|
|Dotted tenuto in Brahms Symphony No. 4||00h:03m:10s|
|Demonstration of alternating tenuto and staccato||00h:04m:10s|
|Tenuto and staccato in Grondahl Trombone Concerto||00h:04m:32s|
|Demonstration of legato in Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 3||00h:05m:20s|
|Demonstration of legato in Mozart Requiem Tuba Mirum||00h:05m:45s|
NWS trombone fellow Doug Rosenthal demonstrates various articulation techniques on the trombone.
Douglas Rosenthal is currently Assistant Principal Trombone of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra. He previously was a Fellow with the New World Symphony. Mr. Rosenthal received a Bachelor of Music from Northwestern University, studying with Michael Mulcahy.