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In many genres of music, a horn section is a group of musicians playing woodwind and brass instruments in varying combinations, who augment the basic group of players. However, in an orchestra or concert band, it comprises only the musicians who play the French horn, and in a British-style brass band it is the tenor horn players. In some popular-music genres the horn section is integral to the group, rather than being merely supplemental.
==Symphonic horn section==
In a symphony orchestra, the horn section is the group of symphonic musicians who play the French horn (or German horn or Vienna horn). These musicians are typically seated to the back of the ensemble and may be on either side at the director's discretion. Placing them to the left with their bells toward the audience increases the prominence of the section, whereas on the right, the sound reflects off the back of the stage. The order from the principal horn (1st horn) to the 4th horn is right to left from the director's view. The section is ordered in this way so the principal horn may be heard by all players as the principal sets the timbre and intonation of the section.
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