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The warm, rich, organ-like sound of the tuba-euphonium choir has won the ears and hearts of every audience and become a tradition in cities throughout the world.
Wilder composed many solo and ensemble compositions for tuba and euphonium.
In addition to piano, Mr. Abrams often used the trumpet, trombone, tuba and clarinet in various combinations in his works.
The tuba player Matt Perrine was getting ready to offer his own tribute to Mr. Domino with Alex McMurray and the Tin Men at d.b.a.
Repertoire also includes Williams’ Concerto for Tuba and Orchestra, with orchestra principal tuba player Carol Jantsch.
School band tuba player Dominique Cunningham was also named to the game on Friday.
The son of a tuba player, Benitez left the hills of Sinaloa to settle in Compton.
Instruments available to play are flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, French horn, euphonium, tuba and percussion.
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First Known Use: 1852See Words from the same year
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