althorn

alt·horn

or Alt·horn  (ălt′hôrn′)
n.
Any of several upright, valved brass wind instruments used especially in bands.

[German : alt, alto (from Italian alto; see alto) + Horn, horn; see alpenhorn.]

althorn

(ˈæltˌhɔːn)
n
(Instruments) a valved brass musical instrument belonging to the saxhorn or flügelhorn families

alt•horn

(ˈæltˌhɔrn)

n.
a valved brass musical instrument that is the alto member of the cornet family.
[1855–60; < German, = Alt alto + Horn horn]
Translations
trombón alto

althorn

nB-Horn nt
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The upright thing with piston valves played by righties I will refer to as an althorn (from the Dutch, thereby avoiding the English "tenor horn").
From the 1830s until about 1900, the most common voice in both the brass bands and the ensembles of mixed winds were the althorns; after the turn of the century, the althorn continued to be the instrument of choice for brass bands, but mixed wind ensembles began to depend more and more on the waldhorn.
In the United States, the typical pattern in the twentieth century has been to train school-aged musicians to play the waldhorn rather than the althorn so they can participate in both mixed wind ensembles and orchestras.
horn parts in band scores were written for the althorn.
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