You Need Flugelhorn
It looks like a big trumpet, but it's a flugelhorn, a member of the bugle family of horns - home to other brass oddities like the subcontrabass tuba and the euphonium. Descended from the eighteenth-century flugelmeister, the flugelhorn is used in marching and military bands, and it's also a popular solo instrument in jazz. Who could forget those mellow, funky Chuck Mangione records of the '70s? You can use the Vienna Instruments: Flugelhorn just as you would a trumpet. The flugelhorn has a rounder, warmer sound, however, due to its wide, conical bell shape. Take it from us, Vienna Instruments: Flugelhorn is a highly playable virtual instrument for which you'll find many uses.
Vienna Instruments: Flugelhorn Features:
- Add this popular jazz solo instrument to your instrument library
- Also great for marching/military band music
- Wide, conical bell gives it a mellower tone than a trumpet
- A highly playable virtual instrument for which you'll find many uses