Wagner tuba

noun
Wag·ner tuba | \ˈvägnə(r)-\

Definition of Wagner tuba 

: a brass wind musical instrument between a French horn and a tuba in construction and timbre designed by Wagner and called for in his scores

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History and Etymology for Wagner tuba

after Richard Wagner †1883 German composer

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