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The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched musical instrument in the brass family. Like all brass ..... The most convincing explanation for false-tones is that the horn is acting as a 'third of a pipe' rather than as a half-pipe. The bell remains an ...

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Define tuba: a large brass musical instrument that is played by blowing air into it and that produces low tones.

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Apr 19, 2017 ... Deep-pitched brass wind instrument with valves and wide conical bore. The word tuba originally was the name of a straight-built Roman ...

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A large, valved, brass instrument with a bass pitch. 2. A reed stop in an organ, having eight-foot pitch. [Italian, from Latin, trumpet; akin to tubus, tube.] tu′ba·ist  ...

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The Tuba. This is the grandfather of the brass family. The tuba is the largest and lowest brass instrument and anchors the harmony not only of the brass family ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about tuba at Encyclopedia.com. Make research projects and school reports about tuba easy with credible articles from our ...

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Description of the Classical Tuba. ... The tuba is the largest and lowest pitched brass instrument. Sound is produced by vibrating or "buzzing" the lips into a large  ...

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Entrap (Contrabass tuba); Solo for Contrabass tuba ... Below F2 the tone is the typical contrabass tuba sound, above it it sounds like a tuba in F. Upper register

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Brief description. basstuba_46x79.png. Bass tuba in F German: Basstuba in F French: tuba basse en fa. Italian: tuba bassa in Fa. The tuba is currently used in ...

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Tuba definition, a valved, brass wind instrument having a low range. See more.