Horn or Horns may refer to:
- Horn (anatomy), a pointed projection of the skin on the head of various animals. Source of all other uses below.
- Horn, the substance that, apart from other functions, is the main component of the tissue that sheaths the bony core of horns and hoofs of various animals.
Other articles related to "horn, horns":
... Hermann Neuling (1897 – 1967) was a horn player and composer ... He was engaged for many years as a low horn player at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin and taught at the Conservatorium nearby ... Neuling is best known for composing the Bagatelle, a work for low horn and piano ...
... The village of Horn was mentioned in the Domesday survey, as 'Two hides in Horn of which Langfer had been tenant under Edward the Confessor were held of the king by the Bishop of Durham' ... Horn is part of the Alstoe hundred of Rutland ...
... bass flute, piccolo Alejandro "Alex" Acuña - percussion Pete Christlieb - horn Larry Cohn - piano, keyboard Vinnie Colaiuta - drums Gary Grant - horn Dick Hyde - horn Michael Landau - electric ...
... Bruce Lawrence Horn (b ... Horn was a student in the Learning Research Group (1973–1981), where Smalltalk was developed ... Horn serves on the board of advisors of The Hyperwords Company Ltd of the UK, which works to make the web more usefully interactive and which has produced the free Firefox Add-On called 'Hyperwords' ...
... Arguably the most widely played concertos for horn, the four Horn Concertos are a major part of most professional horn players' repertoire ... show a variety of abilities on the valveless horns of Mozart's day ... The Horn Concertos are characterized by an elegant and humorous dialogue between the soloist and the orchestra ...
Famous quotes containing the word horn:
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—Robert Frost (18741963)