Definition of Baritone horn

1. Noun. The second lowest brass wind instrument.

Exact synonyms: Baritone
Generic synonyms: Brass, Brass Instrument



Definition of Baritone horn

1. Noun. a brass instrument in the baritone range that is similar to a euphonium ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baritone Horn

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Literary usage of Baritone horn

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1. A Primer of Organ Registration by Gordon Balch Nevin (1920)
"A fine solo stop when w 11 voiced; with the swell shades closed it gives a fine imitation of the baritone Horn of the brass band and in chords a suggestion ..."

2. "That Damn Y": A Record of Overseas Service by Katherine Mayo (1920)
"... Telegraph Station Violin Obbligato: Musician Latz, Band 55th Reg. Pioneer Infantry Duet: Cornet, Musician Mills baritone horn, Assistant Band-Leader ..."

3. How Paris Amuses Itself by F[rank] Berkeley Smith (1903)
"Inside the ballroom the town band pumped away amid the discordant shrieking of two cheap clarinets, the drone of a mournful baritone horn, and the thump of ..."

4. The University of Iowa Studies in Psychology by University of Iowa (1897)
"When a child played baritone horn in brass band. Age 9 led altos in a chorus at musical convention. 3. Began to compose at age of 12, wrote string quartet. ..."

5. Cincinnati, the Queen City, 1788-1912 by S.J. Clarke Publishing Company (1912)
"The former plays the violin and cornet for his own pleasure and diversion, while the latter plays the baritone horn in the band conducted by George Smith ..."

6. Mental Defectives: Their History, Treatment, and Training by Martin W. Barr (1904)
"Developed decided talent for music; had a good baritone voice and played well on both trombone and baritone horn. Trained in carpentry, was slow but neat, ..."

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