Double reed instrument in the soprano range that looks similar to a clarinet.
A single-reed woodwind instrument, with a wooden or plastic body built in many sizes and pitch ranges
The highest pitched of the brass family instruments that changes pitches by means of valve mechanisms.
Lowest and largest member of the brass family instruments that changes pitches by means of valve mechanisms.
The highest-ranged member of the string family.
Tenor member of the violin family, also called violincello.
A brass instrument in the tenor range that is able to change pitches by its mechanism of a sliding tube.
Technique used to produce the sound in all woodwind instruments, it is air being forced through a mouthpiece or reed assembly.
Lowest pitched member of the violin family, also called double bass.
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