A krummhorn, or crumhorn, is a J-shaped musical instrument, a double-reed woodwind; unlike the hautboy, the krummhorn’s reeds are enclosed in a mouthpiece. It dates from the 15th Century; the illustration is taken from Virdung’s Musica Getutscht, 1511 [Montagu 90]. The krummhorn’s mouthpiece is to chief by Society default. For related charges, see cornetto, recorder.
Eochaid the Musical bears: Gules, in saltire two krummhorns argent.
Giannetto Bello bears: Gules, on a pale nebuly endorsed argent a krummhorn sable.