Simple Definition of French horn
: a brass musical instrument that has a long tube which forms a circle and has a wide opening at one end
Full Definition of French horn
: a circular valved brass instrument having a conical bore, a funnel-shaped mouthpiece, and a usual range from B below the bass staff upward for more than three octaves
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