The bass trumpet has a mighty, full and dark timbre, which exhibits the typical trumpet characteristics in all registers. In the low register it is similar to the timbre of the tenor trombone, but it lacks the tenor trombone’s warmth and fullness. In today’s orchestral practice the bass trumpet is played by a trombonist because the instrument’s mouthpiece is similar in size to the trombone’s.
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