It all comes down to preference. Trumpet is usually regarded as easier to play, and is more versatile, because it can be played in concert bands, marching bands, and jazz bands, whereas French Horn is usually isn't seen in marching… Full Answer
Chris Botti has played on two different trumpets in his professional career, his first horn was the horn he played in College and on his first two albums. This horn I now own and is in my collection. It is… Full Answer
The knobs on the tuba and trumpet are called valves. The knobs on a french horn are often called valves or rotors. You use valve oil on the tuba and trumpet, while you use rotor oil for the french horn.
There are many. Some would include as follows. * Trumpet or cornets * Trombone * Saxophone * Tuba * French Horn There are many. Some would include as follows. * Trumpet or cornets * Trombone * Saxophone * Tuba *… Full Answer
A couple of things could fit that description. Cornet, flugelhorn, French horn all come to mind. A cornet and flugel horn play exactly like a trumpet. A French horn is is normally in a different key than a trumpet.
Depends on how long you have been playing Trumpet for. I have just started the Frech horn about 6 months ago and play the trumpet as well and I find it easy. I am skipping grades 1,2 and 3 horn… Full Answer
The English horn is not a member of the brass family. It is a reed instrument pitched in F and is played by an oboist. Trombones, trumpets, tubas, and french horns are in the brass family because they are made… Full Answer
The "horn" usually refers to the Trumpet of cornet. In the US its the trumpet. The phrase "someone bread and butting" which is of course food. Means to make a living to eat. Therefore in this phrase, Jimmy plays the… Full Answer