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    • And I’m glad you did, Will.This isn’t the first time you have provided an illustration for this blog, and it won’t be the last.

      Readers: I usually credit illustrations at the bottom of the post. This time I just made a link within it up closer to the picture itself. If any of you don’t know Will’s wonderful page, find the link (the word “illustration) and take a look right now. He has a detailed timeline and the most awesome collection of trombone-related artwork on the web.

      Even readers who are not as enthusiastic about trombone history as Will and I are will appreciate the beauty and variety of the paintings, drawings, lithographs, sculptures, engravings, embroidery, etc. he has assembled.

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