The Euphonium is a low brass instrument which looks a great deal like a small tuba (and indeed can be described as a tenor tuba), playing in the same range as the Trombone, one octave above Tuba and one below Cornet. It is, perhaps, the primary tenor solo voice on the Concert and Military Band, and has a dark, mellow sound unlike any other instrument. Euphoniums are often confused with the Baritone Horn, but the two are different, and there are several articles available that touch the rather controversial subject of just how they are different.
Detailed article on the differences between the Baritone Horn and Euphonium. Includes charts and pictures contrasting the two in context to the definitions of various popular brands, including common bore size, bell size, and taper.
Extensive directory of Euphonium sheet music.
Biographical information, media, recommended euphonium study, and educational resources.
Index of CDs made by Japanese players, information about the webmaster, links to euphonium players' sites
Discussion of practical aspects of playing double bell euphonium in church. Maintained by David Werden.
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