krummhorn


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Synonyms for krummhorn

a Renaissance woodwind with a double reed and a curving tube (crooked horn)

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The conclusions showed that only in Krummhorn, which offered fewer opportunities for demographic growth, the stepmother had a negative influence.
Somebody had discovered I could playthe krummhorn and phoned up so I went along and played on a thing called Spaceman.
My only regret about this book is that it was not available fifteen or twenty years ago, when I suspect there were more budding krummhorn and shawm players about.
small krummhorns, held me reflecting, piquantly charmed
In 1998, period instruments are no longer a novelty, but the center of gravity for "early music," once more readily identified with krummhorns, recorders, and the Renaissance, has moved forward a few centuries, closer to the repertory of the modern orchestra and a more certain box office return.