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If you say you are using horns in a tune to a classical brass player though, he or she may well think you are talking about a group of French horn players. Finished in silver plate, it is quite a stunning instrument. It is a professional model and features a 10" gold brass bell and independent rotary valves in Bb/F/D/Gb. The higher harmonics increase more than do the lower, which makes the timbre 'brassier' or brighter, and also makes it louder. (To re-emphasise our point about loudness: over this crescendo, the fundamental increases by only 8 dB, but the ninth and some higher harmonics—in the sensitive range of your ear—increase by more than 45 dB.) An interesting point about loudness in brass instruments.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


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