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|Born||8 October 1856|
|Died||16 May 1941|
|Occupation||Minister & Musician|
Karl Friedrich Johannes Kuhlo (* 8 October 1856 in Gohfeld, now Löhne, Germany, † 16 May 1941 in Bielefeld-Bethel, Germany) together with his father Eduard Kuhlo, founded the German Protestant Posaunenchor (trombone choir/church brass ensemble) movement. Working in collaboration with the Bielefeld instrument maker Ernst David he developed the kuhlohorn for use by the ensembles (among other brass instruments).
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