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  • noun Plural form of crumhorn.

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Examples

  • My friend Kate, despite being a hard-rockin' bass player in a kick-ass girl group, is also a part-time medieval music enthusiast: I've been looking some stuff up about crumhorns and related instruments, for kicks, and found these instructions on how to make your own cornemuse, like the crumhorn in the picture, but straight in only one and a half hours, and using a fizzy pop drink straw as the reed.

    How to: Build medieval instruments out of PVC pipe

  • A fine consort, wanting nothing; there must be cornets and sackbuts, crumhorns and regals, and a great bass rackett — aye, and dulcians, too.

    In the Garden of Iden

  • She bites her tongue when she hears the blaring crumhorns of the Waits that precede the cortege.

    The Hunger

  • She bites her tongue when she hears the blaring crumhorns of the Waits that precede the cortege.

    The Hunger

  • She bites her tongue when she hears the blaring crumhorns of the Waits that precede the cortege.

    The Hunger

  • She bites her tongue when she hears the blaring crumhorns of the Waits that precede the cortege.

    The Hunger

  • LJ: Wasn't it thoughtful of Elizabeth Barker to go through all the trouble of providing us with links explaining what bladder pipes and crumhorns are?

    NOGOODFORME.COM

  • Over twenty years old, it represents what to many listeners fifteen years into the 'early music' revival of the early 1970s expected to hear: crumhorns, drone, simple percussive accompaniment and hurdy-gurdies.

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