Noun(1) a Renaissance woodwind with a double reed and a curving tube (crooked horn
(1) Arts with a long history aren't new to Robbins, who toured with her family performing medieval music on archaic instruments like the krummhorn and vielle.(2) Many of the genre's foremost practitioners were not particularly interested in theatrics, preferring to concentrate on the challenge of playing complicated tunes on the crumhorn .(3) The sound of mandolin, crumhorns , bassoons, recorders, and various timpani, being woven into a rock structure is simply a joy to behold.(4) We were also treated to sensitively and beautifully played instrumental items from Philip Gruar and Elizabeth Dodd, in combinations such as lute and flute, two recorders, two viols, recorder and viol, and crumhorn and viol.(5) That's because any festival, whether it celebrates the sackbut and crumhorn of early music, or the sword and society of the Vikings, brings in enthusiasts.
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