In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- She had minimal skills on the oboe, French horn, guitar, viola, mandolin, and penny whistle.
- At his disposal were 100 musicians, mostly drawn from the Seattle Symphony, including the usual strings but also four harps, an equal number of trumpets and trombones, six tubas and eight French horns.
- The Opera Ensemble, arranged and conducted by Byron Olson, is comprised of a variety of woodwinds, a French horn, voice, accordion, bass, and drums.
- Sadly, one night, some vandals broke into a locked storeroom and dented a French horn and broke the mouthpiece off an antique bassoon.
- Symphonic instruments like flutes, French horns, violins, clarinets and trombones would be first choice, Wapenaar says, but any musical instrument is welcome.
- The trumpets were next to the flutes, and the French horns behind the cellos.
- Adding some of the mellow power of the French horn to it would be a clear gain.
- Also, sometimes when I'm listening, I get confused between clarinets and bassoons, and between French horns and trombones, so it's good to see the live performance.
- He has used instruments as varied as the oboe, French horn, mandolin and saxophone in his arrangements.
- The 17-year-old from York started playing the piano when he was five and the French horn when he was eight.
- Eleven year old Robert Magowan of St Joseph's, who plays the French horn, has been nominated by the Southern Board's Music Department's staff for the Anita Curry Cup.
- But they stipulated that there were to be no drums or even electronic simulations of drums, and no trumpets, although French horns, soprano saxes and electric violins were perfectly okay.
- Dad played the saxophone, clarinet, trumpet or cornet, and the French horn.
- Webern takes advantage of color ambiguities between instruments - the fact that a trumpet in certain cases can sound like a French horn or an oboe, for example.
- However, the French horn that is used today was completed in France.
- Some orchestras these days perform Handel with French horns, clarinets and other things that Handel never planned for in the original score.
- There's much to commend - the composers merit a wider audience; it's hard to imagine better performances; and we hear concertos for French horn, oboe and bassoon rather than overworked violins or pianos.
- My teacher also encouraged me to take up a second instrument, the French horn.
- I want to show you my French horn and my band locker!
- The pleasure and challenge the music presented me all those years ago, has been revived for me, even though I'm on the business end of a baton and not the French horn.
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