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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Also on the program is soloist Benjamin Pierce on euphonium. Pierce is on the faculty of the school of music at the University of Arkansas.
The group took third prize at the 2016 International Tuba Euphonium Conference in Knoxville, Tenn., finishing ahead of 29 other quartets from around the world, sharing the podium with quartets from the United Kingdom and New York.
Soloist Angelina Tkatcheva -- from Belarus -- will play the santouri while James McVicar -- from Scotland -- will be on the euphonium. Together with the artistic director Alkis Baltas and members of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, the soloists will perform works by composers from Armenia, Greece, Belarus, Italy, America and the UK.
This is an excellent recording of recent pieces for horn and/or euphonium with wind ensemble accompaniment.
Three generations later Micah played the euphonium with the same band.
Best known as a brass band instrument, the euphonium has been called (and not euphemistically) the "cello of the band'' for its deep and rich sound.
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.
The 23-year-old is sitting exams in trumpet, tenor horn, euphonium, bass trombone, trombone and tuba, in a musical marathon to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
They also won the best euphonium, best trombone section and best bass section.
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.