- A hub of information about the Euphonium and soloist Adam Frey. Traveling the globe with the euphonium 5 continents 7 countries 8 weeks. — “Adam Frey Euphonium”,
- The euphonium horn (often mistaken for the baritone horn) is a baritone/tenor range brass The differences between the baritone and euphonium are subtle, but very distinct. — “Euphonium”,
- Warwick Music, Publisher and Distributor of Quality Brass Music from the Heart of England, providing Sheet Music, Books, and CD's for Trombone, Trumpet, French Horn, Tenor Horn, Baritone, Euphonium, Tuba, Brass Quintet and Brass Ensemble. — “Euphonium Sheet Music - Warwick Music”,
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- The official website of euphonium virtuoso Steven Mead, with news, articles, sound files, events schedule, and all things to do with the euphonium. — “”,
- The euphonium is a valved instrument; nearly all current models are piston valved, though rotary valved models do exist. A person who plays euphonium is sometimes called a euphoniumist or a euphonist, while British players often colloquially refer to themselves as euphists. — “Euphonium - AudioLexic”,
- Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. euphonium. eu·pho·ni·um. noun \yü-ˈfō-nē-əm\ Definition of EUPHONIUM : a brass instrument smaller than but resembling a tuba and having a range from B flat below the bass. — “Euphonium - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
- euphonium n. A brass wind instrument similar to the tuba but having a somewhat higher pitch and a mellower sound. — “euphonium: Definition from ”,
- Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is a Euphonium? From the 1880s to the 1960s, a double-belled euphonium was made to try to capture the attributes of both trombone and euphonium in one instrument. — “What is a Euphonium?”,
- Bargains on New and Used Euphonium Brass Acoustic Musical Instruments for sale cheap, buy Euphonium Brass Acoustic Musical Instruments at Discount. — “Euphonium Brass Acoustic Musical Instruments For Sale | Used”,
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- Definition of euphonium in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of euphonium. Pronunciation of euphonium. Translations of euphonium. euphonium synonyms, euphonium antonyms. Information about euphonium in the free online English dictionary and. — “euphonium - definition of euphonium by the Free Online”,
- Euphonium Solo. with Piano; Full of Americana, patriotic pieces $15.00 1597. Tuba Ensemble. 2 Euphoniums and 3 Tubas $17.00. Auld Lang Syne. Traditional. Wilkinson,. — “Music for Euphonium”,
- ShopWiki has 2874 results for euphonium, including Yamaha Silent Brass Euphonium Mute Pm2, King 2280 Series Euphonium (2280 Lacquer), Denis Wick DW5512 Euphonium Practice Mute, and 468S Bb Marching Euphonium (Silver Plated). — “euphonium”,
- Shop for Euphonium Musical Instruments and read product reviews. Find cheap prices on Musical Instruments from a selection of Denis Wick, Yamaha, Vincent Bach, Meinl Cymbals, and Jupiter brands and stores Amazon Marketplace, Musician's Friend,. — “Euphonium - Musical Instruments - Product Reviews, Compare”,
- We have a wide selection of new and used Euphonium for sale. Cheap prices on all Euphonium. Buy your Euphonium here for less!. — “ - Euphonium For Sale | Cheap”,
- The euphonium is constructed in the way that it looks like a miniature tuba. Sound is produced with the euphonium by the performer vibrating his/her lips against the mouthpiece. — “Euphonium”, music.vt.edu
- The euphonium is a valved instrument; nearly all current models are piston valved, though rotary valved models do exist. A person who plays euphonium is sometimes called a euphoniumist, euphophonist, or a euphonist, while British players often colloquially refer to themselves as euphists. — “Euphonium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- euphonium (plural euphoniums) (music) A valved brass instrument, a sax horn, the tenor of the tuba family of instruments, having the appearance very similar to that of a ( A true Baritone has a cylindrical tubing, while the Euphonium tubing is conical, though they both cover the same range of tones. — “euphonium - Wiktionary”,
- Childs Brothers - Robert and Nicholas Childs their typically amazing euphonium duets as part of the British Bandsmen Centenary Concert. Titles on the album include The Yeomen Of The Guard Overture, Spring, Legends, Flight of the Bumblebee, Journey into Freedom, and others. — “Recordings for Euphonium”,
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- Euphonium Solo - Danny Boy - Dave Werden Oh, Danny Boy: Euphonium Solo - Dave Werden. This is from a live performance of The US Coast Guard Band, and Danny Boy was used as an encore. The arrangement is by Lewis Buckley and is available with wind band or brass accompaniment on this page: Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling From glen to glen, and down the mountain side The summer's gone, and all the leaves are falling 'Tis you, 'tis you must go and I must bide. But come ye back when summer's in the meadow Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow 'Tis I'll be there in sunshine or in shadow Oh Danny boy, oh Danny boy, I love you so. A graduate of The University of Iowa, Mr. Werden was the euphonium soloist with The United States Coast Guard Band for more than 20 years. He has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, England, Japan, and the former Soviet Union. Through FM and TV broadcasts, his solos have been heard in dozens of countries around the world. He is a recitalist and clinician, and has performed at local, national, and international symposiums. He was a member of The USCG Band Euphonium/Tuba Quartet, the Atlantic Tuba Quartet, and the Classic Brass Band. He previously taught at the University of Connecticut and is listed in Marquis' Who's Who in American Education. His efforts to expand the role and recognition of the euphonium led the British magazine Sounding Brass in conjunction with the American publication Euphonia to name him "Euphonium ...
- Dave Werden, Euphonium Solo: Philip Sparke Fantasy for Euphonium Philip Sparke Fantasy for Euphonium and Brass Band, David Werden, euphonium, with The US Coast Guard Band. (David Werden was the first American to be named Euphonium Player of the Year.) See other collected euphonium videos at: A graduate of The University of Iowa, Mr. Werden was the euphonium soloist with The United States Coast Guard Band for more than 20 years. He has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, England, Japan, and the former Soviet Union. Through FM and TV broadcasts, his solos have been heard in dozens of countries around the world. He is a recitalist and clinician, and has performed at local, national, and international symposiums. He was a member of The USCG Band Euphonium/Tuba Quartet, the Atlantic Tuba Quartet, and the Classic Brass Band. He previously taught at the University of Connecticut and is listed in Marquis' Who's Who in American Education. His efforts to expand the role and recognition of the euphonium led the British magazine Sounding Brass in conjunction with the American publication Euphonia to name him "Euphonium Player of the Year" in 1980. He is the first American awarded this honor. In 1981 he was elected to the post of Euphonium Coordinator for the International Tuba-Euphonium Association (formerly called Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association: TUBA). In 1987 he was appointed to the Honory Board of Advisors of ITEA. His many solo performances and his efforts to expand the role of the euphonium ...
- Steven Mead and Besson Euphonium School in the Netherlands Steven Mead introduces the Besson Euphonium School in the Netherlands and 7 of its very fine students
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- 2 Learning & Playing Tuba/Trumpet/Euphonium/Baritone/Flugelhorn/French Horn/Cornet In this video, Brett Youens describes the logic behind the system of valves on brass instruments, with the tuba used as an example. (Transcript) Hi. Let's look a little more at brass instruments with valves and how they work. This is a tuba, but as we know, it could just as well be a trumpet, or a euphonium, or a French horn, or a flugelhorn; they all work on the same principles. Let's look today at the logic behind the system of fingerings. If you think about it, there are only two possible states for a valve: either depressed or not. A lot like a human, I guess. So if each of the three valves has two different possibilities - and we have two times two times two - which gives us eight possibilities. The highest note we could play is by not depressing any valve. And a little lower is pressing the baby; a little lower is pressing the daddy, and a little lower is pressing the granddaddy. Now, let's think about this from the bottom up: If we press everything, then we get the lowest note we could. And a little higher, subtracting the baby, subtracting the daddy, subtracting the granddaddy. So this is just a mirror image of itself. And these two notes, of course, produce - again, aside from tuning issues that don't concern us here - the same note. Now, think about the following: Every single note that a tuba or a trumpet or a flugelhorn or a French horn or a euphonium ever plays, they play it with one of these eight possibilities. So there's not much in the ...
- Carmen Fantasy (Euphonium) - Steven Mead This is the Carmen Fantasy arranged by Luc Vertommen (off of the Waxman version) for solo euphonium and brass band. This virtuosic violin solo is presented here by THE euphonium master...Steven Mead!
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- Jupiter 5070 Marching Euphonium The 5070 Marching Euphonium features a .592" bore, 11" yellow brass bell and stainless steel valves for a successful marching performance.
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- Matthew White gives the euphonium a new voice The euphonium, a tuba-like musical instrument, is rarely heard outside of traditional brass bands. Young euph prodigy Matthew White uses hip-hop rhythms and a wild new vocal technique to bring a fresh sound to this underappreciated horn.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on , at http Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at
- Zelda's Lullaby for Tuba and Euphonium Zelda's lullaby performed by: Nick- Tuba Matt- Euphonium Be on the lookout for our CD! We will be at Tuba Christmas in Dallas giving out samples ( and of course playing).
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- David Childs - Carnival of Venice - Euphonium Paganini's Carnival of Venice arranged Arban/Camerata/Childs performed by euphonium soloist David Childs with orchestral accompaniment.
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- 4 Learning & Playing Tuba/Trumpet/Euphonium/Baritone/Flugelhorn/French Horn/Cornet In this video, Brett Youens describes the logic behind the system of overtones on valved brass instruments, with the tuba used as an example. (Transcript) Hi. Let's talk a little more about valved brass instruments and how they work. As you know by now this is a tuba, but could just as well be a trumpet, or a euphonium, or a French horn, or a flugelhorn. They all work on the same principles. The principle we want to talk about today is "overtones". Overtones are all the notes that you can produce on your instrument without the usage of the valves. So let's say you play a trumpet in C. What does that mean? That means, the lowest note you can produce on your instrument -- without valves -- is a C. That's called the fundamental. But you can, of course, produce many other notes above that, and those are called overtones. So we have a fundamental and many, many overtones. Let's say you play Euphonium in Bb. That means the fundamental is a Bb -- that's the lowest note you can play without the usage of the valves -- and then you have many other overtones above that. One thing to know about the overtones -- and we won't get into the mathematics today -- but one thing to know about the overtones is that they get closer and closer to each other as we go higher and higher up. So if the lowest note is here, and the next note is here, then the next note after that might be here, and the next one would be, maybe, here, the next one here, and the next one here, and at ...
- Dave Werden Double-Bell Euphonium, Carnival of Venice David R. Werden, playing a 1935 Holton double-bell euphonium, playing the Arban Carnival of Venice. This euphonium solo was performed as part of my final concert with The US Coast Guard Band in 1996. (David Werden was the first American to be named Euphonium Player of the Year.) See dozens of collected euphonium videos at:
- David Childs - Myfanwy - Euphonium Joseph Parry's Myfanwy performed by euphonium soloist David Childs
- The Yellow Rose of Texas - Euphonium solo with band - Toby Furr / Texas All-State Euphonium player This is a recording of a solo euphonium arrangement played by Senior student Toby Furr with band (Lake Highlands Wind Ensemble - Jeff Bradford director, Dallas, Texas - Spring Concert / May 19, 2009). Toby was the Texas All-State first chair euphonium player for 2009. He will be attending the University of North Texas in the fall of 2009 to study with world renowned euphonium master Brian Bowman.
- David Childs (Euphonium) - Brillante (P. Graham) El bombardinista David Childs interpretando "Brillante" de Peter Graham acompañado de la Brass Band "de Bazuin" The Euphonium Solist David Childs performing "Brilliante" by Peter Graham with the Brass Band de Bazuin
- Tetris theme with euphonium and electric guitar A rare combination of euphonium and electric guitar playin' the Tetris theme!
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- David Childs - Flight of the Bumble Bee - Euphonium Rimsky Korsakov's Flight of the Bumble Bee performed by euphonium soloist David Childs.
- David Childs - The Hot Canary - Euphonium A sound clip of David Childs performing Paul Nero's violin solo, The Hot Canary with a 10 piece brass and percussion group from the Cory Band.
- 3 Learning & Playing Tuba/Trumpet/Euphonium/Baritone/Flugelhorn/French Horn/Cornet In this video, Brett Youens describes the specific intervals produced by depressing the valves on brass instruments, with the tuba used as an example. (Transcript) Hi. Let's talk a little more about valved brass instruments and how they work. As you know, this is a tuba, but could just as well be a trumpet, or a euphonium, or a french horn, or a flugelhorn. They all work on the same principles. We've talked before about how the depression of one or more of the valves lowers the pitch; today we will talk specifically about by how much you can lower that pitch. So let's take a look at a piano keyboard. The distance between these two notes is known as a whole step, or a whole tone. And the distance between these two notes is called a half step, or a half tone. Now what's the difference? This is the whole tone; you see that there's an extra key between them. And here's the half tone; there's no extra key between them. That's the difference. So this is a whole tone and this is a whole tone; but this is a half tone. This would also be a half tone; this would also be a half tone. Another example of a whole step would be here because you see there is a note between them. So here's a question for you: What's the distance between those two notes? Well, the answer is: one, two, three. That distance, or that interval is three whole tones, and there is a name for that in western music: It's called a "three-tone". But, of course, no one would say "three-tone", you ...
- David Childs - Gabriel's Oboe - Euphonium Euphonium Soloist David Childs performs Ennio Morricone's Theme from the Mission with orchestral accompaniment
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- 5 Learning & Playing Tuba/Trumpet/Euphonium/Baritone/Flugelhorn/French Horn/Cornet In this video, Brett Youens describes tuning problems and solutions associated with valved brass instruments, with the tuba used as an example. (Transcript) Hi. Let's talk a little more about valved brass instruments and how they work. As you can see this is a tuba, but it could just as well be a euphonium, or a baritone, or a tenor horn, or a French horn, or a trumpet, or a flugelhorn, or a cornet. They all work on the same principles. Today we want to talk about why your valved brass instrument is only in tune if you're using your ear. Let's take an example. Let's say I want to play this pitch, and then lower it by a whole tone. You'll remember I need to press the 1st valve in order to do that. So let's take a step back and investigate exactly why that is that the pitch was lowered by a whole tone. Let's say my tuba is 18 feet long, approximately. And, let's say that in order to lower a pitch by a whole tone, I need to lengthen my instrument by 1/9. So, if my instrument is 18 feet long, and I need to lower it by 1/9, 1/9 of 18 feet would be 2 feet, right? So, I would need to add 2 feet to my instrument in order to play a whole tone lower. And you'll see that this first valve is about 2 feet long. So, no problems so far. But, let's assume I'm playing a different note. How about this note, playing valves 2 and 3? Let's assume I want to lower that note by a whole tone. How do I do that? Well, the obvious answer might seem to be, well, press the 1st valve ...
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- Yosemite Euphonium This is a video with pictures I took in Yosemite in both winter and summer, with music I wrote for euphonium (or bass trombone) and orchestra. Several years ago, I was asked to do piano accompaniment for a friend who was playing euphonium in her senior recital at SUNY Fredonia. She needed a not-too-technical piece to open the second half, so I wrote this, which I called at various times "Introduction," "Thoughts," "Microcosm," and "Microcosm of Thought." Later, I revised it, and performed it in Feburary 2010 with a great trombonist named Jamie Dubberly at a concert featuring John Hillebrandt's great Piano Concerto. Afterwards, I felt that my piece would be more effective with strings than piano. The current rendition with this video uses virtual Garritan instruments in Finale 2010. (At some point I plan to get VSL or something in that league, but this is what I have so far; hope it sounds okay. :-) Incidentally, there is no solo euphonium in Garritan-for-Finale, and the Bass Trombone is not Garritan, so here I used "euphonium section," which is somewhat wispy sounding, so I doubled with tuba and even horn in one place. Anyhow, when we went to California for the same 2010 concert, we took a day trip to Yosemite. We hiked one of my favorites, the Upper Yosemite Falls trail, famous for its views of Half Dome. We couldn't go very far for various reasons, but I still had my pictures from when I hiked the trail in 2005. Hence you get to see it in both winter 2010 and summer ...
- 6 Learning & Playing Tuba/Trumpet/Euphonium/Baritone/Flugelhorn/French Horn/Cornet In this video, Brett Youens explains how the principles for valved brass instruments apply to their first cousin, the slide trombone. (Transcript) Hi. Let's talk a little more about valved brass instruments and how they work. As you can see, this is not a tuba,...
- Tetris Theme on euphoniums in Birmingham - may 2007 The Tetris Theme arranged for 3 euphoniums, recorded in Birmingham: Victoria Square, Eurotunnel and Bull Ring. Le thème de Tetris arrangé pour 3 euphoniums, enregistré en mai 2007 à Birmingham: Victoria Square, Eurotunnel et Bull Ring /anthonycaillet
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- 1 Learning & Playing Tuba/Trumpet/Euphonium/Baritone/Flugelhorn/French Horn/Cornet In this video, Brett Youens describes the two principles on which all valved brass instruments work, with the tuba used as an example. (Transcript) Hi. Let's look at brass instruments with valves and how they work. I have a tuba here; it could just as easily be a trumpet, or a French horn, or a flugelhorn, or a euphonium; they all work on the same principle. If I blow into the mouthpiece, then the air travels this path here, and comes out of the bell. Now, if we think about a trumpet, we'll notice the first principle of the two principles we'll need to know about how brass instruments work. A trumpet has a very short pathway for the air to flow through, and a tuba has a very long pathway. Trumpets produce very high notes, and tubas produce very low notes. So: The longer the pathway, the lower the note. The longer, the lower. So, if I want to produce a different note, then I'll need to lengthen my tuba. But, of course, I don't have time while I'm playing to get out a hammer and a nail and maybe some sort of smelting machine and lengthen my tuba. That's what the valves are for. By depressing a valve, you make sure that the air takes a detour, thereby lengthening the tuba. So if I press this first valve here, you'll see that the air takes an extra path. If I press the second -- this little baby valve here -- then it takes a detour of a shorter length. And if I press the third valve, then it's this long, winding, granddaddy-of-them-all valve, right? So you ...
- Baritone Euphonium Solo: Tarantelle (W.Rimmer) This is a baritone euphonium solo entitled "Tarantelle" by William Rimmer from the Artistic Soloist collection of unaccompanied solos published by Wright & Round. These solos can be played by all band instruments but are especially suited to brass instruments. I first heard this solo played by the great Lyndon Baglin on a Saydisc recording. The sound is much better if you listen using good quality headphones. I recorded the audio using a Zoom H4 portable digital recorder and then synchronized this file with the video.The H4 gives a much higher quality audio than is possible with the standard mic in a video camera. It was originally recorded at 96KHz/24 bit, but I had to reduce the quality slightly to 48kHz/16bit to create the mp3 file for upload to Youtube. Although some of the audio quality is lost, the true sound of a euphonium is captured very well (I hope you agree :). This why I like the recorder so much and use it to record my practice sessions, band practices etc. I use the recordings to identify my strengths and weaknesses and then plan my practice sessions to work on my weaknesses. If you want to learn more, go to:
- David Childs - Benedictus - Euphonium Karl Jenkins' Benedictus from 'The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace' performed by euphonium soloist David Childs with brass band accompaniment.
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