Recent Examples of tuba from the Web
The group is made up of Elizabeth Howard on trumpet, John Wilds on trumpet, Karl Soukup on trumpet, Barry Toombs on French horn, Eric Starr on trombone and Bryan Smith on tuba.
But at today’s second lines, alongside the tuba and trumpet, another sound is just as prevalent—the unmistakeable samples, rapid drum patterns, and explicit chants of New Orleans bounce.
Kids ages four and up can visit an instrument petting zoo and try out violins, tubas and other instruments.
The Milwaukee Festival Brass is a British-style band, which uses certain instruments such as cornet and tuba to create a pleasing, homogenous sound, Taylor said.
Now owned by Ben Jaffe, one of the more familiar faces of the city who also plays tuba in the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, his parents started the hall in 1961 and the setup hasn’t changed much since.
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Origin and Etymology of tuba
Italian, from Latin, trumpet
First Known Use: 1852See Words from the same year
TUBA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tuba for English Language Learners
: a large brass musical instrument that is played by blowing air into it and that produces low tones
TUBA Defined for Kids
Definition of tuba for Students
: a brass musical instrument of lowest pitch with an oval shape and valves for producing different tones
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