sagbut


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sagbut

(ˈsæɡˌbʌt)
n
(Instruments) another name for sackbut
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(See his sample sentences: Habasun ko ning mga sagbut, I'll cut down these weeds; Habdsun sa Diyus ang tanang dautan sa kalibutan, God will wipe out all evil on earth.) Halabas as a weapon or tool denoting a 'long blade' or as a type of 'scythe' is more well known in the Tagalog-speaking areas, such as present-day Batangas or Quezon province, which make up the surrounding area of Calatagan.
with the Organs a childes voice shriller and louder then the instrument, tuneable with every pipe: Among the quyre, Cornet or Sagbut, or such like above al the other voices.
Particular contrasts were a delight when sonorous sagbuts firmly anchored virtuoso intricacies from cornetts.