[ UK /juːfˈə‍ʊni‍əm/ ]
  1. a bass horn (brass wind instrument) that is the tenor of the tuba family
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How To Use euphonium In A Sentence

  • For Arabian Dance, one of the trombones was replaced by a euphonium, which makes for such a different sound, in company with the tuba, yet entirely graceful.
  • It toppled the music stands of the euphonium and cornet players. THE MAIN CAGES
  • Heckelphone, ondes-martenot, tubax, contrabassoon, serpent, octobasse, flugelhorn, euphonium are examples of musical instruments whose sex appeal does not live up to their exotic sounding names.
  • We batted back and forth what you call a musician who plays a euphonium--euphoniumist, euphoniumer, or my personal favorite--euphonist. Archive 2006-05-01
  • Joanne not only played the violin, viola, euphonium, piano and cello, but she and her brother, Mark, 19, who is studying engineering at Durham University, were the first brother and sister to be choristers at Ripon Cathedral.
  • John joined the band in 1957 as conductor and served in that role and on the euphonium, baritone and bass until ill health forced his retirement in 2000.
  • There is a distinct gap in the market for the comedy of the euphonium. An Edinburgh comedy judge's diary: rock'n'roll is the new comedy
  • Rocking Carol, once given a bonkers electronic treatment by New Order, is warmly rendered with horns and euphonium. Kate Rusby: While Mortals Sleep – review
  • Company bosses also made the unusual donation of a euphonium to the school as part of the launch.
  • Guest conductor Dr. Steven Schopp (NYSSMA Executive Director as well as HCB principal euphoniumist). Li concerts summer 2009
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