English version

trumpet in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrumpettrum‧pet1 /ˈtrʌmpɪt/ ●●○ noun  trumpet.jpg [countable]APM a musical instrument that you blow into, which consists of a curved metal tube that is wide at the end, and three buttons you press to change the notes blow your own trumpet at blow1(19)
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trumpetBelow mezzo-forte, 1 horn is sufficient to compete successfully with 1 trumpet or 1 trombone.The heraldry of day-to-day: a cat couchant on bricks; a baby in a push-chair blowing a trumpet very loudly.A cacophony of violins, clarinets and trumpets fills the air.Less obvious rock fare was pulled over to the jazz side by trumpet legend Miles Davis.Behind his fabulous trumpet playing and cheeky alleged humour there's an intelligent, alert, artful mind at work.As the captain of the Albatross raises his trumpet to answer it suddenly falls from his hands into the sea.Pate de foie gras to the sound of trumpets?Then the trumpet sounded, and silence fell.