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The contra-bombardon man, we understand, also complains that his instrument is too tight round the chest.
The bombardon in B flat or C, an octave lower than the euphonium, corresponds to the contrabass tuba in the orchestra.
A cripple, in whom one would scarcely recognize the former stalwart Sergeant Bombardon, is the bearer.
Sergeant Bombardon, who is to take away the drafted men, is already in town with his soldiers.
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