As late as 1500, the hunting horn consisted of but one loop which passed over the shoulder and around the body of the player.
It forms with the stopper a drinking horn, and without it a hunting horn.
I would like before I die to blow three blasts on my hunting horn—one in this room, one on the stairs, and one in the courtyard.'
Then a hunting horn sounded among the hills, and she was struck with fear.
At the sound of a hunting horn, Brunhilde rushes joyously to the back of the scene, with a rapturous cry of ‘Siegfried!’
The former has a hunting horn suspended from his shoulder by a chain, and in his hand a small wooden crucifix.
A long winding blast from a hunting horn sounded, but neither boy heard it.
The hunter is made up of a gun, of a powder horn, and of a hunting horn, etc.; and so on for the other professions.
Here I heard the melodious notes of Teague's hunting horn, and following that, the full chorus of the hounds.
The origin of the bugle, in common with that of the hunting horn, is of the highest antiquity.