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Fine French English Horns (1750-1900) Triebert, Lorée, Cabart, Roth, Tabard...
The English horn is the direct descendent of the oboe da caccia, which was used through out the Baroque period.
There is some debate on the name English horn, because the instrument is neither English nor does it look anything like a horn.
The English horn, or the oboe da caccia, was often used in Baroque music, but was not used very much from Haydn's time to Wagner's era.
In the works of Berlioz and Meyerbeer the English horn received attention.
Principal make are Triebert, Lorée, Cabart, Roth, Tabard...
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