cromorne is the German "krummhorn;" there is no English equivalent known.
The girl turned like a frightened aardvark, still holding the cromorne in her hand.
With the ordinary boring of eight lateral holes the cromorne possesses a limited compass of a ninth.
By its construction the cromorne is one of the oldest wind instruments; it is evidently derived from the Gr.
In 1729 one of the cromorne players sold his appointment for 4000 francs.
The “Platerspil,” of which Virdung gives a drawing, is only a kind of cromorne.