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  1. Miraphone M5050 Ambassador Series Compensating Euphonium
    Starting at $9,069.00
  2. Tama by Kanstul KEN Series Marching Bb Euphonium
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  16. Amati AEP 344 Series 4-Valve Euphonium
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The deep, rich sounding euphonium is loved for its distinct tone. Its name, which, roughly translated from Greek, actually means “sweet voiced” is as distinct as the tones it produces. First developed in the mid-1800s, little has changed in the basic design of this instrument since 1874, when David Blaikley developed the “British-style” euphonium. When in the market for a new euphonium it is important to keep in mind a number of factors. First and foremost, you need to be aware of your skill level or the skill level of whoever will be playing the instrument. Many euphoniums come in three and four valve configurations. A beginner could easily be overwhelmed by a four valve instrument, and likewise, an advanced player will have little use for a three valve euphonium. Match the musician to the skill level and instrument that best suits their needs to maximize enjoyment of the instrument. Next, you’re going to want to be aware of the purpose of the instrument. Are you going to be playing the euphonium in a marching band? If so you’ll want an instrument that is specifically designed for the task. Marching euphoniums are built with a configuration that provides optimal balance to the player when they are in line with the band. Many also include a larger bell throat to increase airflow will adding to the already deep tone, helping it distinguish itself in open spaces. Likewise, there are euphoniums that are optimized for school bands, orchestras, and other settings. It’s all a matter of knowing what you need and finding the instrument that can meet those needs. One thing is for certain, when you find the euphonium that is right for you, you will know. The sound, distinct in its timber and characteristics, is undeniably captivating and sure to stand out as part of ensembles large and small.


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