Meri’s Musical Musings

Still more musical haikus

Posted on: May 17, 2013

Large and heavy brass

Playing extremely low notes

Giving harmonies

 

Uses alto clef

Bigger than the violin

Lots of chamber works

 

Long sliding brass tube

Uses seven positions

Often used in jazz

 

Uses a bocal

Comes in five sections

Over five feet long

 

Very thick wound strings

Player must be very strong

Sometimes used in jazz

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  • clariniano: Thanks for the additional information. It was actually Yelp that deleted my reviews, because of so-called bias. I too have seen the horrible technique
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