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Baritone horn         
  • Four-valve continental baritone horn (center)
LOW-PITCHED BRASS INSTRUMENT
Baritone Horn; Marching baritone
The written range of baritone horn, which when written in the treble clef as shown is transposed upwards a major ninth from the instrument's concert pitch.
klaxon         
  • Modern electric horns mounted in engine compartment
  • Traffic signs exist to prevent drivers from using a horn in certain areas, such as this one in [[Jalalabad]] in Afghanistan
  • Rolls-Royce]] Phantom I Open Tourer Windovers (1926)
  • Sign on a rural road in the United States warning drivers to "sound klaxon" (1920)
  • ''Sound horn'' sign on truck south of Chennai
SOUND-MAKING DEVICE EQUIPPED TO MOTOR VEHICLES
Klaxon; Car horn; Klaxon horn; Horn grille; Claxon; Bicycle horn; Awooga; Klaxxon; Mexican doorbell; Sound horn; Electromechanical horn; Electrical horn; Aooga; Bulb horn; Car Horn; Ahooga; Kalooga; Ship horn
['klaks(?)n]
¦ noun trademark a vehicle horn or warning hooter.
Origin
1910: the name of the manufacturers.
French horn         
  • A horn section in a military [[concert band]]
  • Perinet valves]]
  • Bell]]; the right hand is cupped inside this
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  • Conn]] 6D double horn. The three lever keys (above the large valves) can be depressed toward the large outer tube. The thumb key (''near the left-most valve'') moves inward toward the three finger keys.
  • Gaston Phoebus]] (15th century)
  • [[I Solisti Veneti]], the horn section in a chamber baroque orchestra
  • A natural horn has no valves, but can be tuned to a different key by inserting different tubing, as during a rest period.
  • Paxman horns
  • Vienna horn
  • Single horn in F, student model.
TYPE OF BRASS INSTRUMENT MADE OF TUBING WRAPPED INTO A COIL WITH A FLARED BELL
French horns; French Horns; French-horn; Horn in F; Hiefhorn; Hifthorn; Horns in F; Recheat; Recheats; Single horn; Single French horn; Double horn; Double French horn; Triple horn; Triple French horn; French Horn; Single horns; F horn; French Hornist; Waldhorn; Single French Horn; Double French Horn; Single Horn; Double Horn
¦ noun a brass instrument with a coiled tube, valves, and a wide bell, played with the right hand in the bell to soften the tone and increase the range of harmonics.