post horn


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post horn

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(Instruments) a simple valveless natural horn consisting of a long tube of brass or copper, either straight or coiled; formerly often used to announce the arrival of a mailcoach
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Noun1.post horn - wind instrument used by postilions of the 18th and 19th centuries
wind instrument, wind - a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by the breath
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The Proclamation is read and the old 18th century post horn blown aboard the grand steam engine's carriage.
to sound the simple signals of a post horn, which mostly consisted of leaps.
Andrew joined the Festival Players for Plaintiff in a Pretty Hat in 1964, designed the lighting for the following play and became the settings designer in 1966 with his set for Post Horn Gallop.
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In the opening of the first movement, the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrucken-Kaiserslautern showed off with a horn solo, whose sound quality was almost reminiscent of that of the post horn, as well as brilliant solos of woodwinds, headed by the flute in the development of the first movement.
Hearts were there from both performers - certainly the mail coach's post horn eerie call and finally the old organ grinder being asked, "Will you grind your music to the songs I sing?" echoing in the distance.
Leicester always run out to the traditional sound of the Post Horn Gallop before matches and Solano would love a chance to belt out the tune as much as another crack at Manchester United.