The tuba is the lowest-pitched and the largest of the brass instruments. Like other brass instruments, it is played by blowing directly through closed lips into the mouthpiece. This will create the required vibration or “buzzing” thus, produces the sound. The person who plays the tuba is referred to as a tubist or tubaist. The tuba has been associated with jazz since the genre’s beginning. Tubas fill the conventional bass role.
Tubas with their tubing wrapped for positioning the instrument on the player’s lap is referred to as a concert tuba. Tubas with the bell that is pointing forward instead of upward are commonly known as record ...
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