alto horn


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alto horn

n
(Instruments) another term for althorn
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The current lineup also includes Zachary Nichols (trumpet, singing-saw, alto horn, euphonium, melodica and organ), Ryan Etzcorn (drums) and Anna Burch (harmony vocals).
Crane, who plays an 1859 over-the-shoulder alto horn and has performed with the band since 1996.
A bit of brass band historical trivia: Over-the-shoulder horns, like the alto horn Ms.
His first instrument of many was the upright alto horn and, showing a flair for music, he left home at 14 to find work in the industry.
Although Kinch is clearly inspired by Coltrane, he's currently immersed in the legacy of the alto horn, his trio approach having some similarities with Ornette Coleman's Live At The Golden Circle sound.
Full disclosure: on two or three occasions, for performances of the Sonneck Society Brass Band, I have lent my alto horn to the recipient of this Festschrift.
Nothing, h[acute{e}]las, for alto horn, but in teresting-looking music, all of it, just the same.
Tony plays the soprano and alto horns, but he has become something of an in-demand specialist on the baritone saxophone.
At that time a few were organized throughout the country, using the true British brass band instrumentation of cornets instead of trumpets and alto horns instead of French horns.
It is also lavishly equipped with Marchal headlamps and center light, a windscreen sun visor and matching pairs of Lucas trumpet and Alto horns.