euphonium


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euphonium

a brass musical instrument with four valves; the tenor of the tuba family. It is used mainly in brass bands
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The band has been hosting a Tuba Christmas performance each year to introduce people to the instrument's not-so-bombastic sound and to showcase its smaller cousin, the euphonium or baritone, as well.
The group took third prize at the 2016 International Tuba Euphonium Conference in Knoxville, Tenn.
Soloist Angelina Tkatcheva -- from Belarus -- will play the santouri while James McVicar -- from Scotland -- will be on the euphonium.
Three generations later Micah played the euphonium with the same band.
Joining Jenkins onstage will be David Childs on euphonium and Kathryn Rudge as soprano, as well as Cor Caerdydd and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
THESE talented musicians are in a tuba and euphonium ensemble which trained performers for a concert staged last night.
The talented young Euphonium player shone above thousands of competitors to become one of the four finalists in the high-profile competition.
Many congratulations to all concerned, but especially to Naomi March, fearless in the long, gloomily atmospheric euphonium solo which launches this vast work, to Holly Reardon for the sheer personality of her contrabassoon, to guitarist Paul Norman and mandolin player Alison Stephens for their charming contributions.
The nine-year-old has completely brass-banned his illness since he started playing the euphonium six months ago.
For Hernacki, who plays numerous instruments including the euphonium, tuba and the tenor trombone, the accolade is great, but it's still all about the music.
a trumpet player, describes brass instruments--the trumpet, cornet, horn, trombone, baritone, euphonium, tuba, and others--and techniques of playing them.
The Loophonium, a cross between a lavatory and a euphonium, was devised by the late musician and humorist Fritz Spiegl.