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Euphonium

A member of the brass instrument family, the euphonium derives its name from the Greek word euphonos, for "well-sounding" or "sweet-voiced."

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What kind of sound does a euphonium make?

It's a low brass instrument that most often plays in bass/treble clef
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Is W Nirschl a good euphonium brand?

The Nirschl Euphoniums made after 2009 were made in Brazil at the Weril Brass factory and yes, they are good euphoniums. They are well made and built heavy for a nice dark sound like the old English made Besson horns. I would not recommend the Nirschls that were initially made in India. The latest Nirschls made in Brazil were well thought out, designed and engineered in Indiana and Germany. ...
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Who is famous that playes the euphonium?

Steven Mead David Childs David Werden Brian Bowman
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How do you play c flat on a euphonium?

all three valves pressed down
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How do you play a D sharp on a euphonium?

D sharp is the same as E flat so you press first valve down
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How do you fix valve slap?

Do you mean piston slap? Noise like piston slap are repairable only by an engine rebuild. ...
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How do you play a euphonium?

How to play a euphonium A euphonium is an instrument that can have three, four,or five valves. To play a euphonium, shape your lips as if you were saying 'm'. Basically, the shape of the lip you make when you say the alphabet. You blow into the mouthpiece, letting your lips vibrate as the air passes through. Press down on the valves to get different notes. For higher notes, tighten the lips, forming a smaller opening in the lips. Open, -> leave the valve...
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How big is a euphonium?

Who knows, its one of the mysteries of life.
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Is the baritone a low brass instruments?

The Baritone is most definitely considered a low brass instrument. It plays in the same range as the Trombone. ...
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Which is the best brand for a baritone?

The best brand for a baritone is selmer. the best brand is def king or bach ...
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How do you oil a baritone?

Unscrew the the top valve cap, remove the valve from the instrument pour a little valve oil on the valve and place the valve back in the baritone, (make sure you put it in correctly, normally there is a little notch to show you which way it goes in, or you will not be able to blow air through the instrument) then screw the cap back on the valve (make sure you do not cross-thread the valve), and that is how...
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How do cecilio euphoniums compare to other brands?

They are okay euphonium and are great for student use in middle school or high school bands. Although they are good student euphoniums they are not very good if you comparing them to a professional grade euphonium that is compensating. If you are looking for an instrument that is cheaper and just to use for school than a Cecilio euphonium is a good choice sense they are only around 600 dollars brand new. But if you are a really dedicated euphonium player...
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Is there a baritone mute?

There is a such thing as a baritone mute. It is rare to find them in any store and if you see someone using one, they have usually constructed it themselves. Most mutes for baritone look like a very large practice mute for trumpet, and are rarely used by any baritone players. Baritones with curved bells(e.g. bell front concert horn) make it dificult to use mutes, as well as the fact that most Baritone/Euphonium have different bell radii, making a standard mute...
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How do play the euphonium?

you buzz into the metal mouth piece like you do in a trumpet, french horn and trombone ...
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Which is the best brand for a silver baritone?

Yamaha, Besson, EM winston, but these tend to be very expensive around 1000 dollars and more ...
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What are the top 5 best brands of an euphonium?

Depends on if you're looking for a compensating or non compensating instrument. For non compensating I'd strongly suggest a Yamaha or King, for a compensating instrument many people would place the top 5, in no particular order, as Besson, Yamaha, Willson, York and Sterling. ...
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What does a Baritone Horn look like?

A Baritone looks just like an euphronium, exept a Baritone has a curved bell at the top. If you don't know what an euphronium looks like, well, it looks a lot like a smaller Tuba. ...
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What is the euphonium made of?

Usually out of brass. That's why it's refered to as a brass wind instrument. ...
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How does the euphonium make sound?

Euphoniums produce sound like all brass instruments do. When a Euphonium player buzzes his/her lips and pushes air into the horn through a mouthpiece, it makes the air start vibrating against the tubes of the horn. The sound is produced through these vibrations, and so the smaller the vibrations the higher the pitch. This is also why a Euphonium or any brass player can not produce sound by simply blowing into the instrument; he/she has to make the air vibrate as well. ...
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What is the difference between the Euphonium and the Baritone?

As with so many questions, the answer is, "It depends." :-) Here's my understanding--in British brass bands, they are two distinct instruments. The big difference is in the degree to which they tend to be "cylindrical" or "conical" in their diameter from mouthpiece to bell. A cylindrical-bore instrument (such as trumpet or trombone) keeps the same diameter throughout much of its length before it reaches the bell flare; a conical-bore instrument (such as horn or tuba) expands in diameter gradually throughout much...
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What is the most common price of a euphonium?

Prices for a brand new euphonium ranges from around 600 dollars for a cheap student euphonium to around 7000 dollars for a brand new professional grade compensating euphonium. ...
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Where can you get free euphonium sheet music?

Tuba Peter (see related link) has a good variety or pops music and theres also many selections of classical pieces. ...
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How does a euphonium work?

Euphoniums produce sound much like all wind, and specifically brass, instruments produce sound. When a Euphonium player buzzes his/her lips and pushes air into the horn, s/he makes the air start vibrating against the tubes of the horn. The sound is produced through these vibrations, and so the smaller the vibrations the higher the pitch. Thus, a Euphonium's sound is created by vibrating air moving through the metal tubing. That's also why a Euphonium player can't make sound by simply blowing into...
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What are the best brands for a compensating euphonium?

This can be a matter of personal preference but normally the best brand of Euphonium is considered to be a Besson Euhonium. Other really good compensating brands are York, Willson, Sterling, and Yamaha. ...
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What is the difference between a Tuba and Euphonium?

A tuba is bigger and has a lower pitch than the euphonium but are both considered to be in the low brass family. The euphonium has the same level of pitch as the trombone where as the tuba has the lowest pitch in the brass family. ...