The sound of the French Horn is produced by the vibration of the player's lips inside the mouthpiece.
The player's lips vibrate in the mouthpiece and this causes the air in the tubes of the horn to vibrate or resonate.
No. The English Horn is a part of the woodwind family. Confusingly there is an Eb tenor horn which is part of the brass family which is known as the English horn (As opposed to the French Horn I guess).
When you buzz your lips, it vibrates the air in the instrument. This is how the sound is made, same as any other brass instrument.
The cone of a speaker is what vibrates to make sound. In some hard speakers with a rigid cone-shaped horn, a flexible diaphragm vibrates. Withut the vibration, you get no sound.
The french horn is a french horn
French horn, horn in F, F horn, horn
The string of a veena vibrates
The skin vibrates when you hit them.
the french horn used to play the saxophone part before they were invented. once someone made a saxophone they took over the horn part.
The head of the drum, the part that is struck by drum sticks, vibrates.