Definición de bombardon en inglés:

bombardon

Silabificación: bom·bar·don
Pronunciación: /ˈbämbərdən, bämˈbärdn
 
/

sustantivo

Music
1A type of valved bass tuba.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The bombardon is circular, passing over the performer's head, with the bell directed upwards.
  • In some parts of Europe, bass ophicleides and valved tubas were indiscriminately called bombardons.
  • Their design was adopted by other instrument makers who modified them slightly and began producing the bombardon in different sizes and shapes.
1.1An organ stop imitating this.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • All lacking chromatic notes were added to basses and trombones to fit the fully chromatic 110-key scale, the bass pipes were doubled and 16’ bombardons were added to the brass 8’ trombones.
  • What on earth would it have been like if they had installed the 32' Bombardon that was prepared for it (presumably a downward extension of the 16' reed).

Origen

mid 19th century: from Italian bombardone, from bombardo 'cannon'. Compare with bombarde.

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