A keyed metal instrument of the bugle family with a baritone range that has been the structural precursor regarding the bass saxophone and was replaced because of the tuba in orchestras.
A keyed metal baritone bugle, now replaced because of the tuba in orchestral music
A large brass-wind tool, previously found in the orchestra and in army bands, having a loud tone, deep pitch, and a-compass of three octaves; -- now generally speaking supplanted by bass and contrabass tubas. It created from the older wooden instrument known as the serpent.
A metal musical wind-instrument, invented about 1790, having a sizable tube of conical bore, bent double, with a cupped mouthpiece.
In organ-building, a robust reed end with a trumpet-like tone.