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give (someone) the horn

To cause someone to become lustful or sexually excited; to sexually arouse someone. It's a little embarrassing to admit, but men in uniform totally give me the horn!
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The arrangement is in concert Eb and the alto part is edited to give the horn player some rest.
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday announced America would give the Horn of Africa a further pounds 10.5million in aid - pounds 7million for Somalia.
But he did have time to give the horn a quick blast and joked: "It's amazing what small things will please."
These latter are especially appropriate: when Mozart was living in Ebury Street he wrote his first symphonies (probably K16 and K19) and his sister, Maria Anna, who transcribed them for him, famously reminded him 'to give the horn something worthwhile to do'.
They change Cornucopia to the "pixis" of Pandora and give the horn to the Aggressive Forces.
For example, why did the composer give the horn those particular notes?