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flugel

(ˈfluːɡəl)
n
1. (Instruments) a harpsichord in the 18th and early 19th centuries or a grand piano in the late 19th century
2. (Instruments) another name for flugelhorn
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Re-surfacing of the road is expected to start at the end of this month and it will affect not only those who live on Holly Bank Road but also George Street, College Avenue, Cornet Close, Flugel Way, Hall Lee Grove, Holly Grove, Lea Street and Stanley Road.
Such a band is that led by trumpet and flugel horn player Kenny Wheeler, in which every musician is a jazz legend.
In the Third Symphony these are in particular the first trombone and an offstage flugel horn - Bruce Jones and Phil Robertson respectively.
After an unblemished career spanning almost two decades, Roman Flugel will visit Celtronic at the top of his game.
Firstly, local lad Dru Sparks gave a moving Mind on flugel horn and there was a complete change with his astonishingly speedy performance on xylophone OIn addition to conducting easy manner, together with his amusing and informative introductions to the numbers, certainly added to the evening's entertainment.
Skeletal and non-skeletal allochems were identified using the studies of Flugel (Flugel, 2010) and frequency percentage of each of them was determined by using comparison charts of Bassel and Bosselini (Flugel, 2010).
The Insolvency Service reported that Ian Alexander Stawman, 41, of Flugel Way, Lindley, had caused IJPS Installations Ltd to make false VAT returns to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) between February, 2011, and August, 2014.
Technically, it had commenced for him soon after June 17, 1940 when, as a member of Balvi City Band, he had to play the "Internationale" on his flugel horn for the raising of the Red flag in the town square.
Sensu have Seth Troxler and Roman Flugel at The Art School in Glasgow.
Mr Barnes, who is a multi-award winning saxophonist, has collaborated with Mr Adams, a renowned trumpet and flugel player for over 20-years.
He was a member of the Old-Timers Ski Group at Wachusett Mountain and the Benson Flugel American Legion.
En lo que se refiere a los estudios del cuerpo en relacion con el vestido en la dimension subjetiva, Flugel (1964) propone que la vestimenta extiende el yo corporal.