posaune


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posaune

(pəʊˈzaʊnə)
n
an organ reed with a tone resembling a trombonea trombone
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Akt Zeichnung: Fur Bariton, Kontrabassklarinette, Trompete, Posaune, Violine, Cello und Klavier.
Komisches Intermezzo fur Klarinette in B, Waldhorn, Posaune und Klavier, Op.
"Beati omnes" fur Alt, Posaune (oder Viola da braccio) und Basso continuo.
E59:6) also includes parts for a Ventil Trompete in F, a tenor horn in C, and a bass posaune (trombone).
On a goodwill trip to Israel with the opera company, he had wanted to join the excursion to Jericho, since it is the "secret Mecca of all trombonists and trumpeters." (Its walls were presumably blown down by shofars, but Luther used the new term Posaune because it would not seem so "Semitic," according to our Posaunenspieler, and of course we get "trumpets" from the King James version of the Bible.) But because of what he had done, management sent him packing back to Berlin.
Also available in two alternate versions: fur Basstrompete (oder Tenorhorn) or fur Posaune (oder Bariton).
Eisel (1738).(27) The A sackbut even survived into the 19th century, to judge by the entry 'Posaune, Trombone' in Koch's Musikalisches Lexicon (1802).
For example, item 11-74 is taken from ann inventory of instruments owned by the city of Nuremberg in 1575: "One Quart, one Terz, and five Millet Posaune ...
Mit Posaune, Chor und Taktstock: Wilhelm Ehmann (1904-1989) und die Kirchenmusik.