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 Which Horn Are You?...
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2006-10-20 23:13

Which make of horn do you play?

Most orchestral horn players I know play either Paxman or Alexander, and most band players seem to like Holton and Conn.

And most beginners seem to play Anborg or Lidl horns.

Chris.

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