Piano Concerto No.4 in G major Opus 58 Ludwig Van Beethoven
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The 13 weirdest musical instruments ever
How about that for some seriously low-end flute? This aptly named flautist foghorn is the largest member of the flute family, containing over 15 metres in piping. It's a relativeley new instrument and, according to early reports, the tone is still under refinement as it's a bit growly. We don't care. It's massive and weird.