Embouchure

The Word of the Day is Embouchure,

I didn’t know how to spell it but I know someone who plays the Oboe and so I had heard this word before. Click on the link to find out what it means.

I hope you enjoy using this word in a story or a poem

Word of the Day Challenge

The word of the day today is “embouchure“.   Please use this word in a story, a poem, or any type of writing exercise that pleases you best! 

Def:
noun
1.  MUSIC
the way in which a player applies the mouth to the mouthpiece of a brass or wind instrument.

2.  ARCHAIC
the mouth of a river or valley.

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People are far too complicated to be able to describe in a few words so I am not even going to try.

13 thoughts on “Embouchure”

  1. Each note played with a sousaphone
    Makes rich sounds like I’ve never known;
    But I hope to be,
    Occasionally,
    Unmindful of how it was blown.

    Crescendos, it just seems to me,
    Help many a weak melody.
    Unless you are certain
    Remember the curtain –
    Embouchure is surely the key.

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