American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Variant of flugelhorn.
- n. alternative spelling of flugelhorn.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a brass instrument resembling a cornet but with a wider bore.
- n. a brass instrument resembling a cornet but with a wider bore
“For the "Voice of God," Beveridge employed a fluegelhorn played with virtuosic authority from the balcony by Terry Bingham.”
“Terry, nicknamed Mumbles, is an American swing and bop trumpeter, a pioneer of the fluegelhorn in jazz, an educator, and an NEA Jazz Master.”
“The present lineup of this multifaceted, ultratalented quartet of vocalists and instrumentalists now comprises Vince Johnson, baritone, playing bass and guitar; Bob Ferreira, bass voice, playing drums; Brian Eichenberger, lead voice, playing guitar and bass; and Curtis Calderon, singing second part, and playing trumpet and fluegelhorn.”
“Rowles, a jazz trumpeter, fluegelhorn player and singer, was involved in the collision on 13 October (09).”
“This is what they used to call an album cut," Joel said before laying into "Zanzibar," which featured a couple of nice horn solos - on the trumpet and fluegelhorn.”
“Mr. Hubbard nonetheless continued to perform and record sporadically, primarily on fluegelhorn rather than on the more demanding trumpet.”
“The others honored with the annual award are Canadian singer Leonard Cohen, blues musician David "Honeyboy" Edwards, country star Loretta Lynn, pianist Andre Previn, fluegelhorn player Clark Terry and the late singer Bobby Darin.”
“It closes, some two and a half hours later, with fluegelhorn player and emcee Haji Ahkba asking the crowd, "Did you get healed?" in the wake of a medley of "Shakin 'All Over" and "Gloria.”
“Canadian-born, English-bred trumpeter and fluegelhorn player Kenny Wheeler has been a mainstay of Germany's ECM Records since the mid-'70s.”
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