- It retains the narrow bell-throat and mouthpipe crooks of the orchestral hand horn of the late eigteenth century, and most often has an " ascending " third valve.
- The French horn, using either two or three piston valves ( also called P閞inet valves after their inventor ) and with crooks inserted at the mouthpipe end, continued to be preferred by many British orchestral players until the 1930s.
- In most of Verdi's operas the cimbasso used nowadays are the common types of the'bucino'form : mouthpipe and middle section in front of the player, and bell section forward pointed, in a downward angle.
- It's difficult to find mouthpipe in a sentence. 用mouthpipe造句挺難的