Top 10 Best Brass Instruments
I play the Euphonium and I have been learning it for 2 years now. In Grade 3 the pieces are simple yet most exquisite. It has a good range covering more than 2 octaves.
The euphonium is the most mellow sounding brass instrument commonly found in concert and marching bands. Some people would disagree and say the French Horn is has a mellow sound, but that's because they've never heard a professional euphonium player. There are typically two in a concert band, so your section mate can end up being one of your closest friends. Another feature is the fact that they are so versatile. Having piston valves and a range of up to five and a half octaves (if you develop a professional level range), they can play very virtuosically. Trombones and French horns simply lack the potential playing speed of a euphonium because rotary valves and a slide can't move as fast as pistons. A final reason to love the euphonium is for the parts. You can be playing a slow, exposed, sonorous melody, a loud low brass feature, runs with the woodwinds, or a bass part with the tubas.
It is the most beautiful instrument it can play melody and sound amazing, but they get the bass because the high brass can't. They are the foundation of the band, and music sounds off when it's not there.
Okay so, I play clarinet (best instrument ever! ) But I do think that tuba is the best brass instrument. What do we all release to? The tuba. What are we supposed to listen for when playing fermatas? The tuba! Tubas are like the concrete for the whole band. We rely on you, tubas! Without you in the band, we're basically nothing.
I play tuba, it is superior to all other brass instruments because it provides the foundation for nearly all chords written in music and it also gives the bass line to various pieces plus its huge!
The French horn is byfar the most beautiful, rich brass you will encounter. When I first played the horn in an instrument tryout at a school, I immediately loved it because of its golden tone. It has a mellow personality that holds the band together. It's so compatible with other instruments that it's a member of the woodwind quintet! Although it has a unique sound, It is hard to play and the tone cracks if you're not careful. If you practice hard and don't give up, you can definitely play beautifully on it. Also, not many people play it, so I find it an honor to be one of the rare few who do. I will say that I like Euphonium as my 2nd favorite brass, but the horn has that bright, magical sound that even Euphonium can't replicate. Euphonium is my 2nd favorite brass, as I already said, but French horn is my favorite instrument of ALL instruments! GO FRENCH HORN!
The French Horn's original purpose (according to the internet) is to blend the woodwinds and the conical brass together. It does that incredibly well when played, although there is a wide range of sounds it can make, what with stopping and hand movements. It is at it's best when there is a quartet, because the sound is absolutely immaculate. The PLU band director once said that the French Horn is the hero's instrument. I agree with that. It's bell is shaped differently so it has a darker sound, one more mellow, and not so piercing like the trumpet or the trombone. Just imagine Star Wars, and maybe listen to the soundtrack. Some of the Horn parts (because John Williams is a genius) just work so well with the Horn.
A trombone offers a strong steady voice for a lead and also a soothing background noise for others.
That's where I believe it hits it off. A French horn is a good background, but even after years, it's very difficult to play a solo. A trumpet is a great lead instrument, but many trumpeters have 'treble' playing quietly on backups. A baritone is a great accompany to the trombone, but is not very well-known. The trombone is able to execute stellar solos as well as background music in many different styles, be it jazz, concert, or even marching on a field.
The trombone gives musicians and composers a lot of freedom. With practice, the instrument is limitless. A trombone can switch tones, ranges, and styles with the greatest of ease. It can have a mellow tone or a more aggressive one. It is the perfect choice for all styles of music. If you can do it on another brass instrument, it's possible on the trombone. And thanks to it's slide, it even goes beyond that.
Best marching instrument
Low notes are best notes
I think that trumpets can have amazing solos but also go along with the band. They are also very nice for beginners. It also just has a jazzy sound to it. It can go high and low if you'd like. If you play brass or are a beginner I definitely recommend a trumpet. They sound nice, they can go high, most our affordable, can stand out but also play together in a way that no other instrument can. Trumpets our the best! In my opinion.
This instrument can play many types of music because of its capability to
Play various pitches. It can be very high in pitch or low in pitch. It makes such amazing sounds. It is also much easier to master a trumpet than most brass instruments.
I had a difficult time choosing between this and Euphonium as I play both. Trumpet always gets the melody part making it fundamental. It's powerful and very popular. I will always love this instrument.
Love the sound of a cornet, can give you sweet romantic sounds and then you can jazz it up, helps my 8 year old son plays the cornet.
The warm sounding trumpet... It gives any band that mellow, sweet sounding lead vocals that it requires!
A cornet is a Trumpet.
It has more skill and it sounds awesome. This instrument can play many types of music because of its capability to
Play various pitches. It can be very high in pitch or low in pitch. It makes such amazing sounds.
Lovely range in notes, love watching and listening to my 12 year old play his baritone horn.
I've been playing this for 13 years, I highly recommend this instrument this should be in the top 5
Cannot argue it is a great instrument! I mean, playing low notes makes you cool. Simple as!
What else needs to be said? The best brass instrument (trombone) plus bass
Bass Trombone has a strong and unique low tone, but when played higher it tends to sound like a euphonium
Have you ever tried a flugelhorn? No? Go try one. The beauty of the sound you can achieve with a flugelhorn is unmatched by any other brass instrument in my opinion.
By far the most civilised of sounds in the brass family - silky smooth and worth a try if you've never played one and like brass.
Flugelhorn has a smooth, flowing song, and it sounds prettier than the trumpet. Sorry, trumpets.
Best instrument in the whole band. Without them the band would most definitely fall apart. People may not know about us now but after seeing and drum corps show they'll go home wondering "what was that sexy sound in the background"
Lovely name and lovely sound part of brass family, love it!
Phantom Regiment mello section for the win!
Has a great sound, but, in my opinion, can't compete with the French Horn in an orchestral setting. I voted for it because it is the main instrument I play and I couldn't bare for it to be beaten by the Tube Trumpet.
The best instrument
What is a fiscon
This is a type of saxophone...
Most under estimated instrument on the world.
An interesting and very capable instrument.
A trombone with a bassoon mouthpiece. I'd love to find a VSTi of this instrument.
All the art of a trumpet, played classically higher!
Awesome! Sounds like a sax but has 2 bells and 1 bell uses a mute. It is really cool!