Trombones and Tuba are the members of the brass family that are featured playing solos in the twelfth variation.
The instruments of “brass family” are made of brass. This family of “instruments” can play ‘louder’ than any other ‘instrument’ in the ‘orchestra’ and the sound of these instruments can be heard from the distance or far away. Though the early ancestors are called to have been formed or made of tusks, wood, shells or animal horns, nowadays all the modern instruments are made up of brass. These instruments are basically very ‘long pipes’ that are wide at the ends into a “bell-like shape”.
The “brass family” is used in the “orchestra” include the Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, and French horn.
TROMBONE: The “trombone” is the only “instrument” in the brass family which uses a slide rather than “valves” to change pitch. It is made up of long ‘thin brass pipes’.
TUBA: It is considered as the “grandfather” of the “brass family”. It is the lowest and largest brass instrument. It anchors the ‘harmony’ not only of the “brass family” but the whole “orchestra” with its deep and rich sound.
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Grade: High School
Chapter: Brass family
Subject: Music and Arts
instruments, brass family, orchestra, trombone, tuba, trumpet, French horn, harmony
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