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The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched musical instrument in the brass family. Like all brass ... Prior to the invention of valves, brass instruments were limited to notes in the harmonic series...

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Jun 1, 2011 ... Andy and Pete compete to play the lowest note. ... It is possible to play 0A# (B Flat) on a tuba...which is the lowest note that a tuba can produce.
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Mar 26, 2015 ... Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/a. ... Contrabass Tuba & Subcontrabass Tuba - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuba#Typ.

Range of Instruments - Symphony Orchestra Library

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Professional models can play down to concert B-flat below the bass staff (written C3). .... The Eb tubas sound 1 octave+a 6th below the written note while the Bb ...

What instrument has the lowest pitch? - FunTrivia Homepage

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Dec 9, 2006 ... Possibly you meant an instrument that can play only one note at a time. The double bass violin and tuba can go as low as 41.203. Too many ...

Orchestration: Bass & Contrabass Tuba

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Apr 25, 2000 ... Bass tubas are pitched in F and Eb, while the contrabass tubas are pitched in CC ... (C tuba) are the lowest notes possible, but no rapid figures can be ... The player is expected to play the pitch as written, regardless of which ...

Tuba - Young Composers Wiki

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Aug 12, 2009 ... The range of the tuba is quite vast, the lowest notes reach down ... the tuba occasionally finds a place in jazz, where it can play the role of a ...

When do you use the fourth valve on a (BBb) tuba, other than to play ...

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Mar 26, 2015 ... I have been told to use the 4th valve whenever I can. ... When do you use the fourth valve on a (BBb) tuba, other than to play the lowest notes?

The Classical Tuba Information Page on Classic Cat

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The tuba is the largest and lowest pitched brass instrument. ... limited to notes in the harmonic series, and were thus generally played very high with respect .... The fourth valve can be tuned to lower the pitch of the main tube accurately by five ...

lowest and highest-pitched instruments in the orchestra - Good ...

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Can a violin produce a higher-pitched note than a piccolo? ... Can the contrabassoon play lower than the double bass? ... can only go down to a low E, or with a C extension a low C. The tuba's lowest "standard range" note is ...

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lowest note on a tuba - TubeNet

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Aug 31, 1999 ... WHat is the lowest note that has ever been physically played on the tuba. I, as a senior in high school, can played a pedal BBb(although VERY ...

About the tuba: What is a Pedal Tone? - TubaJoe

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Jul 5, 2011 ... Pedagogically, "pedal tones" refer to notes that exist in the fundamental partial of ... C sounds the exact same pitch as a 16ft organ pipe would play. ... the pedal going down through the valve series… see how low you can go!

Why is it common to write tuba sheet music in concert pitch? - Music ...

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Sep 28, 2012 ... I play E♭ tuba in a wind orchestra, and we always get the notes written .... the lowest note you can play without using any valves, is Eb, the note ...