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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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Led by Lawrence Killian it features a full range of orchestral brass instruments and solos for piccolo, trumpet and flugel horn.
The comparison of this microfacies with the standard facies belt of Flugel (2010) and Buxton and Pedley, (1989) the Jahrum Formation has been deposited in the distally steepen ramp.
The rest of the programme continued at the same impressive pace, with Dave Bacon providing a superb flugel horn solo in Try a Little Tenderness.
The AISystems Advisory Board is chaired by Salman Ullah, managing director of Merus Capital; Scott Nason, former CIO & VP revenue management at American Airlines; John McMahon, former Chairman, CEO and president of Genesis Lease Limited; Tim Morgan, a founder of WestJet Airlines; and Christoph Flugel, chief pilot of Swiss International Air Lines.
20; interessant ist ferner beispielsweise die nahezu gleiche Lange von Flugel und Bassrohre bei 31, 41 und weiteren Instrumenten, deren Flugel--wie u.
The British saxophonist and arranger Jason Yarde had written a small flugel horn concerto for Masekela, a graceful and melodic bit of writing that even turned some of the trumpeter's trademark licks into motifs for the orchestra.
See, for example, Wolf Dieter Just and Beate Strater, "Unter dem Schatten deiner Flugel .
Flugel phantasierend from 1840 was an unusual, perhaps even idealized, image of reverent auditors.
The star-studded lineup will feature songwriter-vocalist Patti Austin; Trumpeter Christian Scott; Tony winner and two time Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Dee Dee Brightwaters; saxophonist Dean Fraser; Michel Camilo, Grammy and two-time Latin Grammy Award winning pianist from the Dominican Republic, and Arturo Sandoval, one of the world's most acknowledged guardians of jazz trumpet and flugel horn, winner of 4 Grammy Awards, 6 Billboard Awards and an Emmy Award.
Cidreira aborda quest[eth]es sobre o vestuário na linha de autores como Flugel, que lhe atribuí o estatuto de mensagem no processo da comunicação e Barthes, que o defende como um sistema de significação apoiado nos conceitos de língua/fala saussuriano.
Former barman Christoph Flugel, 38, revealed: "As soon as he liked a particular girl and ordered a glass of champagne for her, he started acting like a schoolmaster.
Starting at 8pm, the event includes Michael on piano, also Norma Winstone on vocals, Henry Lowther on trumpet & flugel horn, Art Themen on saxophone, Dave Green on bass and Trevor Tomkins on drums.