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JMBandNerd
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posted: 7/18/2003 at 3:57:53 PM ET
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How could you forget the euphonium? While the trombones are important, euphoniums also are essential to the band. I can't believe you don't have it on your brass page!!!!

Trumpet-girl
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posted: 8/27/2003 at 1:08:43 PM ET
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how do you play it what is its pourpus?? it is not common in most schools......

***KATE***

Taciturn
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posted: 8/27/2003 at 6:26:56 PM ET
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Don't worry, they also don't have piano or harp, and I'm sure they left out some others. They just have the most commonly known instruments in the orchestra.


trumpet guru
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posted: 8/28/2003 at 1:20:12 AM ET
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Hi All,

The Baritone is the name that is usually used. A Baritone and Euphonium are the same just like a trumpet and a cornet are the same. (They have a different bore shape though:Conical vs. Cylindrical; which gives them a slightly different sound). The Euphonium bell almost always points up while the Baritone bell usually points forward.

It has the same basic range as the trombone and gets to play the melody a lot compared to other low brass instruments.

It uses the same fingerings as trumpet when played in the treble clef, and the same as the tuba when played in the bass clef.

You should try one out, they're lots of fun to play.

GOOOOOOROOOOOO

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