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crumhorn

/ˈkrʌmˌhɔːn/
noun
1.
a medieval woodwind instrument of bass pitch, consisting of an almost cylindrical tube curving upwards and blown through a double reed covered by a pierced cap
Word Origin
C17 cromorne, krumhorn, from German Krummhorn curved horn

krummhorn

/ˈkrʌmˌhɔːn/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of crumhorn
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Word Origin and History for krummhorn
n.

also crummhorn, "curved wind instrument," 1864, from German, literally "crooked horn," from krumm "curved, crooked."

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