- a metal double-reed wind instrument with a conical bore, related to the oboe and used especially in military bands.
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The tone of the sarrusophone is something like that of the bassoon.Music Notation and Terminology
Karl W. Gehrkens
Mr. Mimram Stoot, who accompanied himself on the sarrusophone, endorsed the iconoclastic views of his sister.
The sarrusophone may fairly be regarded as an oboe or bassoon; but the saxophone is not so closely related to the clarinet.
- a wind instrument resembling the oboe but made of brass