Baritone Horn

The baritone horn is a member of the brass instrument family. It has a predominantly cylindrical bore as do the trumpet and trombone and uses a large mouthpiece much like those of a trombone or euphonium, although it is a bit smaller. Some baritone mouthpieces will sink into a euphonium's mouthpiece tube. It is pitched in B♭, one octave below the B♭ trumpet. It is a type of low brass instrument. In the UK the baritone is frequently found in brass bands. The baritone horn is also a common instrument in high school and college bands, as older baritones are often found in schools' inventories, however, these are gradually being replaced by intermediate-level euphoniums.

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