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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Codieck was one of nine euphonium players on Saturday.
Not only will I reach my goal and perform there but it will be in dream circumstances as I will be performing the US premiere of Karl Jenkins' Euphonium Concerto conducted by the composer himself and which was written for me," says Childs, who is a third-generation euphonium player in his family.
The program includes "Capricorn" (1977) for bass-baritone; "Tierkreis" for music box; "Zungenspitzentanz" for piccolo, percussion, euphonium and synthesizer; "Solo for Melodieinstrument mit Ruckkopplung" for trumpet and electronica; and "Postmark Sirius: In Memoriam Karlheinz Stockhausen.
EUPHONIUM players have been banned from the BBC's Young Musician of The Year competition because the instrument breaks European rules.
Tuba and euphonium players are being invited to participate in Worcester's eighth annual TubaChristmas at 2 p.
Some of the region's best brass players wil perform with conductor Ray Farr and renowned euphonium player David Thornton from the Black Dyke Band.
I started playing the euphonium when I was about 11," said Jane, 53, who lives with hermumandsister inRumney, Cardiff.
COME BLOW YOUR HORN: Oliver Warne, from Bluecoats, on the euphonium, Robert Adedrian on the trumpet has just won a place at the Royal Academy of Music, and fellow trumpeter Tom Yeomans perform for shoppers; UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL: Steve Green gives a mellow sound on his saxophone.
She plays the euphonium and is now looking for a brass band to join when her new job allows.
A special feature of this Celebration 2001 event was the involvement of internationally established musicians, including Simon Dinnigan, directing the Guitar Ensemble in fervent numbers from Russia and Brazil, and euphonium player Steven Mead, premiering his breathlessly flamboyant arrangement of Herbmaiden's Dance with the Brass Band.
He had a lifelong interest in brass bands, having played the euphonium as a youngster.
The remainder of the first half featured euphonium virtuoso David Childs in that old pot boiler Cscrdcs by Vittorio Monti, and Brillante - Fantasy on Rule Britannia by Peter Graham which was, as the title suggests, played with great brilliance.