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althorn any of various brass wind instruments in the alto or tenor range, esp. the altosaxhorn; alto horn.
baritone a large, deep-toned, valved brass wind instrument, used esp. in military or marching bands. [1/4 definitions]
bass horn an obsolete brass wind instrument resembling the tuba. [1/2 definitions]
bell the flared opening of a musical brass or wind instrument, where the sound emerges. [1/4 definitions]
brass (often pl.) a wind instrument usu. made of brass, such as a trumpet or horn. [3/6 definitions]
brass band a musical group or band composed mostly of brass instruments.
brassie a wooden golf club with a brass-plated sole, used to hit long, low shots; a number two wood.
brassware collectively, items made of brass.
brassy1 made of, decorated with, or resembling brass. [2/4 definitions]
braze1 to make out of brass. [2 definitions]
brazen made of or resembling brass. [1/3 definitions]
brazier1 one who makes brass objects.
copper a chemical element that has twenty-nine protons in each nucleus and occurs as a reddish brown, corrosion-resistant solid metal with excellent electrical conductivity, widely used for wiring and in pipes, and in alloys such as brass and bronze. (symbol: Cu). [1/7 definitions]
cornet a brass wind instrument resembling a compact trumpet. [1/2 definitions]
cymbal a concave circular percussion instrument of brass or bronze, played either in pairs that are struck together or singly with drumsticks or brushes.
euphonium a brass wind instrument similar to a tuba but higher in pitch and mellower in tone.
fluegelhorn a three-valved brass wind instrument that is similar to a cornet in pitch and appearance, but mellower in tone.
French horn a brass wind instrument that consists of a long coiled tube with a funnel-shaped mouthpiece, three valves, and a flaring bell at the end.
horn a musical instrument constructed usu. out of brass or other metal, and played with the mouth. [1/6 definitions]
saxhorn any of a group of valved brass wind instruments, varying in range from soprano to bass, that are played esp. in bands.
ska a form of Jamaican dance music that blends folk music and calypso with New Orleans rhythm and blues and is characterized by the use of saxophones and brass, a shuffling tempo, and syncopation.