Clarino

Trumpet (Italian)
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Clarino

Cla·ri'no noun [ Italian a trumpet.] (Mus.) A reed stop in an organ.
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Clarino

• (n.) A reed stop in an organ.
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clarino

(from the article `trumpet`) ...By roughly 1500 it had acquired the elongated loop now associated with the instrument. By 1600 court and guild trumpeters, accompanied by ...
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Clarino

A clarino is a reed stop in an organ.
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Clarino

Being a man-made material, it is washable and retains its softness when wet, unlike natural leather. After many decades of development, Clarino has achieved performance that exceeds that of leather in some applications, especially where the item may be exposed to water, such as riding saddles. Top grain leather applications include `patent leathe.
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