I play the Eb/EEb tuba and a Bb trumpet, having a go at the Bb tenor trombone just for fun. just wondering how i go about choosing the right clef to play it on as transposing is not an issue, though i know nothing at all when it comes to trombones, i'd played the eupho on treble and was the same fingerings as the trumpet. i looked at baritones BC fingerings and they're similar to the Bb tuba which i never played only Eb, now is there an easier way or should i just grit teeth and learn the fingerings to the equilevent positions while adjusting to pitch.
thanks for that i dont know how I could be that stupid well I never adventured outside of the lower bass clef and middle treble clef ranges except on the Eb tuba playing the "Renaissance Suite" up in the very top ranges, I did research and i see now how the tenor clef works for the trombone as i can relate the fingerings for the baritone/euphonium in bass are the same for the notes but written one fifth down as you would know. thank you once more I'll stick to the bass for the moment as everyone else is in the bass clef down here except for the strings, any way cheerio