(Fr. pavillon chinois or chapeau chinois).
Perc. instr., now obsolete, also known as ‘Turkish Crescent’ or ‘Turkish Jingle’. Used in military bands. It comprised a long stick surmounted by a tent‐shaped construction, with an inverted crescent lower down the stick, small bells and the like being suspended from both of these. Used by Berlioz in his Symphonie funèbre et triomphale.