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The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched musical instrument in the brass family. Like all brass .... of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, though the rest of the work is scored for this i...

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May 24, 2010 ... The tuba works when we vibrate sound through the mouthpiece, which then encounters something called the harmonic series. Learn how a ...

How does the tuba work - Answers.com

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The musician's lips vibrate, or buzz, into the mouthpiece causing a vibrational wave to travel through the horn and come as a musical note.

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A tuba is a brass instrument characterized by its large size and deep sound. It consists of vertically coiled tubing, three or four valves, a wide conical bore, flared  ...

Music for Kids: How Brass Instruments Work - Ducksters

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They are each different in how they work. Valves When you look at all those tubes and curves in a trumpet, French horn, or tuba it can look almost like a mess of ...

How to Play a Tuba (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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Tuba is an important and often under-appreciated instrument. ... Fiberglass mouthpieces may work and are more inexpensive but you lose some quality sound ...

Video: How Does a Tuba Work? - eHow

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The tuba works when we vibrate sound through the mouthpiece, which then encounters something called the harmonic series. Learn how a tuba works from an ...

How Does A Tuba Do Its Oomping? - Core77

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I'm not proud, but I've always thought of tubas as obese trumpets you wear. Not for lack of respect, (I played a wind instrument! I actually like polka! Some of my ...

Hey, what's that sound: Tuba | Music | The Guardian

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Aug 17, 2009 ... How does it work? Tubas are mostly pitched in F, E-flat, C, or B-flat, with the pitch being determined by the length of the main tube from the ...

Tuba Physics | Research Frontiers

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Apr 10, 2010 ... ... to how tubas work, and how the whole brass/wind family kind of works. ... a tuba, it's a little bit easier to see what a stringed instrument does, ...

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How Does a Tuba Work?
The tuba works when we vibrate sound through the mouthpiece, which then encounters something called the harmonic series. Learn how a tuba works from an active trumpet player in this free video on brass instruments.... More »
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Tuba - Luther High School

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The tuba is the lowest instrument in the whole brass section. The tuba is ... tuba is the largest and lowest sounding member of the brass family. The tuba uses ...

Beginning Band: Tuba/Sousaphone Information

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Tuba/Sousaphone. The tuba is the largest member of the brass family. As with all brass instruments, the sound is produced by buzzing the lips into a mouthpiece ...

How Brass Instruments Work - The Method Behind the Music

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How Brass Instruments Work. A trumpet, a trombone, and a tuba. Brass instruments are any tube that can be played with the lips. They're not always brass, ...