Kuhlohorn A kuhlohorn is an oval flugelhorn with a conical tuning slide. Its pitch is identical with a normal flugelhorn, and its tone, often described as very warm, dark, soft and round, is similar, too. The instrument was developed in the late 19th century by Johannes Kuhlo, the originator of the German trombone choir movement, in collaboration with an instrument builder.

Today, kuhlohorns are still very popular, especially with trombone choirs. Unfortunately, most instruments remaining in service today are very old and offer only inadequate intonation.

Brass with german silver trim; fitting for music card holder. Valve type: 3 rotary valves, rubber buffers on top caps.