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Abbreviation Brt
Catalan (ca) bombardí baríton
German (de) Bariton
English (en) baritone horn
Spanish (es) bombardino barítono
French (fr) baryton
Hungarian (hu) bariton
Italian (it) flicorno baritono
Dutch (nl) bariton
Norwegian (no) baryton
Portuguese (pt) Barítono
Definition/synonyms The baritone horn, or sometimes just called baritone, is a low-pitched brass instrument in the saxhorn family. It is a piston-valve brass instrument with a bore that is mostly conical, like the flugelhorn and alto (tenor) horn, but is narrower than the conical bore of the euphonium. It uses a wide-rimmed cup mouthpiece like that of its peers, the trombone and euphonium. Like the trombone and the euphonium, the baritone horn can be considered either a transposing or non-transposing instrument.
In the UK, the baritone horn is frequently found in brass bands. In concert band music, there is often a part marked baritone, but these parts are most commonly played on and intended for the euphonium.
A person who plays a baritone horn is a baritone (horn) player or baritonist.
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