Is a sousaphone high or low brass?
There is no such thing as "high brass". Only brass and low brass, and sousaphone/tuba is classified as low brass.
They can be both high and low pitch. There are brass instruments that are considered "high voices" like trumpets, there are brass instruments that are considered "middle voices" like french horns, and then there are brass instruments that are considered "low voices" like trombones, euphoniums, and tubas. All brass instruments have a pretty large range of pitches they can play depending on how good the player is, so the pitches can greatly vary.
The tuba is a wind instrument. Wind meaning requiring air to play. Then the winds are divided into two sections -brass -woodwinds The tuba is in the Brass section. The brass section is divided in to two sections as well. -high brass -low brass The tuba is in low brass. ________________________________________________________________
Answere this your browning a5 light12ga will not eject and reload a low brass shell even though it is set for low brass but it will eject low brass shells if its set to high brass why?
No a flute is a member of the woodwind family. Although a modern flute has no wood, such as a reed, in it, it originally was crafted using wood. Brasses can be grouped into low and high brasses. Low brasses are instruments like the tuba and trombone. A high brass would be a trumpet. Hope this helps!