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Video: Musician blends love of music with his love of skiing
South Lake Tahoe - If you have ever wondered how some musicians spend their free time, a new video from one musicians' winter vacation may give you some insight.
Trombone shock waves filmed for the first time
Elizabeth Cunningham Perkins
Weak shock waves, formed by sound waves streaming suddenly into a narrow passage, such as a tunnel or trombone, were filmed for the first time by a team of researchers from Japan and the Netherlands.
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Sean Pawling plays the trombone as he skis in Lake Tahoe.
A trombone reflects light waves while it emits sound waves, and even generates shock waves when notes are played fortississimo (louder than fortissimo).
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