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Flugel Horns
The flugelhorn (also spelled fluegelhorn, flugel horn or flügelhorn; German: "winged horn") is a brass instrument resembling a trumpet but with a wider, conical bore.

Some consider it to be a member of the saxhorn family developed by Adolphe Sax (who also developed the saxophone); however, other historians assert that it derives from the keyed bugle designed by Michael Saurle (father), Munich 1832 (Royal Bavarian privilege for a "chromatic Flügelhorn" 1832), thus predating Adolphe Sax's innovative work.