French horn

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a brass musical instrument consisting of a conical tube that is coiled into a spiral and played by means of valves


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the French Horns he hated beyond anything for their thin lips and their
C'est pourquoi, de nos jours le French Horn est toujours en usage dans les pays anglophones.
I like the French horn and it is fun to play with the other children, all with our own parts.
Photos, awards, drawings and unusual instruments, like French horns, were also being shown.
Like the 1989 hit Field of Dreams, Leap of Faith takes the easy way out, culminating in a fuzzball of vague spirituality that couldn't possibly appeal to anyone who takes a minute to think it through after the French horns and gospel chorus of the finale have finally faded out.
Conn French horns, King trombones, Ludwig snare drums and Steinway & Sons pianos.
A shared interest in outdoor sports and indoor entertainments resulted in the English king bringing back French tastes, including their French horns, after his Restoration.
The three divertimenti for string quartet and two French horns were written in the years 1 777-79 when Mozart was still working in Salzburg and are based compositionally not on a quartet but a trio concept.
big brass and french horns and timpani and string sweeps.
The Town Hall can expect to be dazzled by the sheer power of the musical forces on display, 12 woodwind players, eight French horns (four of which alternate with tubas), seven further brass players, three harps, six timpani and a correspondingly augmented string section.
Photos, pop awards, drawings, clothing, rare posters, French horns, trumpets, jewellery, paintings and bronzes are also up for grabs.
Conn French horns, King trombones, Ludwig snare drums, Selmer Paris saxophones and Steinway & Sons pianos.
Radek Baborak - french horn, Wenzel Fuchs - clarinet, Raphael Haeger - percussion, Dalibor Karvay, Vladimir Klansky and Aida Shabuova - violins, Jiri Zigmund and Jan Simon - violas, Hana Baborakova-Shabuova - cello, Pavel Nejtek - double bass, Roskovec - bassoon, Jan Voboril, Jan Musil and Lukas Korec - french horns.
The French horns, flutes and tubas on the track ``Away With Words,'' for example, suggest Scofield has been studying the arranging technique of Gil Evans.
For example, in 2001 his Sonata for Wind Sextet had its premiere in the Dvorak Hall of the Prague Rudolfinum, where it was performed by the Wind Sextet of the Czech Philharmonic, and a year later so did his Concerto for four French horns and orchestra (recorded in 2003 by Czech Radio).