(n) A low-pitched woodwind tool with a double reed, having a lengthy wood human anatomy mounted on a U-shaped lateral pipe leading into mouthpiece. The number with this instrument is normally two octaves lower than that of the oboe.
(n) A musical instrument in the woodwind family members, having a double reed and, playing in the tenor and bass ranges.
(n) A wind tool of double reed kind, furnished with holes, that are stopped because of the fingers, and by keys, like in flutes. It forms the all-natural bass to the oboe, clarinet, etc.