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The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched musical instrument in the brass family. Like all brass ..... Bill Barber played tuba on several Miles Davis albums, including Birth of the Cool and Miles Ahead. New York City-based tubist Marcus Rojas ...

blog.sheetmusicplus.com/2013/02/06/10tubafacts

Feb 6, 2013 ... Tubas were introduced into the orchestra to replace the ophicleide, ... Please feel free to chime in if you have other interesting tuba facts!

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Interesting Tuba Facts: In Latin the word 'tuba' means horn or trumpet. A tuba's body consists of the mouthpiece, main tube, valve tube, valves, and the bell.

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It's a day to pay tribute to tubists (those are tuba players) and the instrument they love. Mr. Orlando's got some cool facts about the biggest brass instrument that ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about tuba at Encyclopedia.com. Make research ... It is then allowed to cool causing the metal to harden. After a short time, ...

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Nov 5, 2014 ... The tuba is the biggest of all the brass musical instruments. They are the newest part of the symphony orchestra, first showing up in the ...

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Interesting Facts About Tubas. By Paul Cartmell. The roots of the tuba can be traced back to Medieval times when an instrument similar to the tuba was made ...

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Find out what type of musical instrument a tuba is with DK Find Out for kids. Discover fun facts for kids and learn more about music with DK Find Out.

blog.oup.com/2016/05/ten-facts-about-the-sousaphone

May 5, 2016 ... Similarly to upright band tubas, the sousaphone is pitched in E♭ and B♭. Some ... Did we leave out any fun facts about the sousaphone?