French Horn

  • (noun): A brass musical instrument consisting of a conical tube that is coiled into a spiral and played by means of valves.
    Synonyms: horn

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Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing - Personnel
... bouzouki, percussion, papoose, keyboards, drum machine, bass guitar Beth Beeson – french horn Tom Bukovac – rhythm guitar Larry Corbett – cello Eric Darken ...
Julius Watkins
... jazz musician, and one of the first jazz French horn players ... in 1960 and 1961 for "miscellaneous instrument" with French horn named as the instrument ... He started playing French horn when he was nine years old, having played the trumpet, the recognized jazz instrument, for the Ernie Fields Orchestra in the mid-1940s ...
Suite For Pops - Personnel
... Jack Jeffers – bass trombone/tuba Dave Taylor - bass trombone Jim Buffington – French horn Peter Gordon - French horn Earl Chapin - French horn Julius Watkins - French horn Ray Alonge – French ...
French Horn, Sonning Eye
... The French Horn at Sonning is a luxury hotel and restaurant on the banks of the River Thames next to the Sonning Backwater Bridges (on the B478 road ...
List Of Compositions By Eric Ewazen - Solo Music - Solo Brass and Piano - French Horn
... Sonata for Horn and Piano, (1992) Concerto for Horn and Piano, (2002) Original for horn and string orchestra ...

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