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Synonyms for horn in

to force or come in as an improper or unwanted element

to intervene officiously or indiscreetly in the affairs of others

Synonyms for horn in

search or inquire in a meddlesome way

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Roberts, the third horn in the San Francisco Symphony, was a student of George Cable and is designing his own horn.
Squamous cell carcinoma of horn in a bullock--A case report.
Horn in representing Bayer products," said Flo Pippin, Manager of Distributor Sales for Bayer Polymers.
Dufrasne, from Belgium and principal horn in the Chicago Opera, taught only a few students; another of his students at that time was Philip Farkas.
fifth horn in F; the "Hunters' Chorus" from the third act of Weber's Euryanthe for two E horns and two B horns with trombone or ad lib.
I recommend that players with triples (F/B[flat]/f) or descant doubles (Bb[flat]/f) consider using that side of the horn in many passages.
Performing these chords on the valve horn with the natural horn fingering will demonstrate this: for example, with a colleague, play horn fifths using only the 1st valve, which will create a horn in E-flat (see example 4 below.