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  1. Woodwind Instruments and Their History by Anthony Baines, 1963-02-01
  2. Guide to Repairing Woodwinds by Ronald Saska, 1987-08
  3. Instrument Repair for the Music Teacher by Burton Stanley, 1978-06
  4. The Amateur Wind Instrument Maker by Trevor Robinson, 1981-03
  5. Wind Talk for Woodwinds: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching Woodwind Instruments by Mark C. Ely, Amy E. Van Deuren, 2009-08-20
  6. Woodwind (Musical Instruments) by Wendy Lynch, 2002-08-22
  7. Woodwind & Brass Instruments (The Encyclopedia of Musical Instruments) by Robert Dearling, 2000-10
  8. Technique of the Saxophone - Volume 2: Chord Studies (Woodwind Method) by Joseph Viola, 1986-11-01
  9. Reed Design for Early Woodwinds (Publications of the Early Music Institute) by David Hogan Smith, 1992-07
  10. Acoustical Aspects of Woodwind Instruments by Cornelis Johannes Nederveen, 1998-07
  11. The Boosey Woodwind Method: Flute - Book 1 (Boosey Woodwind and Brass Series) by Chris Morgan, 2002-04-01
  12. Simple Flutes: A Guide to Flute Making and Playing, or How to Make and Play Great Homemade Musical Instruments for Children and All Ages from Bamboo, Wood, Clay, Metal, PVC Plastic, or Anything Else by Mark Shepard, 2001-01
  13. Guide To Teaching Woodwinds (5th Edition) by Frederick Westphal, 1989-12-01
  14. Antique Woodwind Instruments: An Identification And Price Guide by Peter H. Adams, 2005-08-30

1. List Of Woodwind Instruments - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Open Sideblown. Bansuri (India) Dizi (China) Flute. Fife; Piccolo; Western concert flute; Alto flute; Bass flute; Contra-alto flute; Contrabass flute; Double contrabass flute
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2. List Of Woodwind Instruments: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
The bansuri is a transverse alto flute of the Indian Subcontinent made from a single hollow shaft of bamboo with six or seven finger holes. An ancient musical instrument
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  • Bansuri Bansuri The bansuri is a transverse alto flute of the Indian Subcontinent made from a single hollow shaft of bamboo with six or seven finger holes. An ancient musical instrument associated with cowherds and the pastoral tradition, it is intimately linked to the love story of Krishna and Radha, and is...
    Dizi The dizi , is a Chinese transverse flute. It is also sometimes known as the di or hengdi , and has varieties including the qudi and bangdi ....
    (China) Flute Flute The flute is a musical instrument of the woodwind family. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute is an aerophone or reedless wind instrument that produces its sound from the flow of air across an opening...
    • Fife Fife (musical instrument) A fife is a small, high-pitched, transverse flute that is similar to the piccolo, but louder and shriller due to its narrower bore. The fife originated in medieval Europe and is often used in military and marching bands. Someone who plays the fife is called a fifer...

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5. Woodwind Instrument - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
However, if the piccolo plays at the same time as flute 3 they will obviously need an extra player for the piccolo part. Woodwind instruments in an orchestra often have short solos.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Woodwind instruments Jump to: navigation search A woodwind instrument is an instrument belonging to the woodwind family . Traditionally they were always made of wood , although some of them are now made of metal or plastic In an orchestra there are four main types of woodwind instrument. Each of these also has related instruments of different sizes: The piccolo is the highest of the four main instruments. The lowest note is Middle C and it has a range of 3 octaves . The piccolo is the smallest and highest instrument in the orchestra. It plays one octave higher than the flute. There is also an alto flute which sounds a fifth lower than the ordinary flute. Flutes are still sometimes made of wood, but mostly they are metal. The oboe can play slightly lower than the flute. There is a larger version called the cor anglais (which means: “English horn”). This is a double reeded instrument The clarinet plays nearly an octave lower than the flute. The bass clarinet plays an octave lower than the clarinet. The

6. Category:Woodwind Instruments - Wikimedia Commons
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7. ASW Guide To Historical Woodwind Instruments
Discusses makers and types of historic woodwind instruments, beginning with the Medieval period.
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Medieval Woodwind Instruments
As with recorders, there are virtually no surviving woodwind instruments from prior to the sixteenth century; modern makers have been most ingenious in creating medieval instruments by extrapolating backwards from later renaissance instruments, incorporating European and folk instrument influences, and using depictions of instruments in paintings and wood and stone carvings as a point of departure. Whether windcap instruments per se Back to Top of Page
Renaissance Woodwind Instruments
In the sixteenth century, instrument makers developed large families of wind instruments from the sparser medieval instrumentarium; most instruments were made in four to eight different sizes and pitches. The taste of the period dictated the performance of music on contrasting choirs of like instruments, as well as in the mixed ensembles more common in the middle ages and in later periods. The palette of wind instrument colors was far more extensive in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries than at any other time in music history. Transverse flutes, of straight cylindrical bore with six open tone holes, were commonly used in alto, tenor, and bass sizes, although most modern makers provide a soprano size as well. Their simple, open sound contrasts well with renaissance recorder tone as well as with the many reed instruments.

8. Woodwind Instrument - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Woodwind instruments can further be divided into 2 groups flutes and reed instruments. Flutes
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Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (November 2009) This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page Alto and tenor saxophone reeds A woodwind instrument is a musical instrument which produces sound when the player blows air against a sharp edge or through a reed, causing the air within its resonator (usually a column of air) to vibrate. Most of these instruments are made of wood, but can be made of other materials, such as metals or plastics
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This article is in a list format that may be better presented using prose You can help by converting this article to prose, if appropriate Editing help is available. (March 2010) Main article: List of woodwind instruments Woodwind instruments can further be divided into 2 groups: flutes and reed instruments
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  • Flutes produce sound when air is blown across an edge. There are two sub-families:

9. Woodwind Instruments | Bukisa Topics
Woodwind Instruments 0 How to Play a Bamboo Flute. Instrument Maker Trevor Ross shows how to play a bamboo flute.

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11. Different Types Of Woodwind Instruments: Music & Instruments |
Hey, my name's Brian Medeiros. I'm a saxophone teacher, and I just want to show you a couple of different kinds of woodwind instruments. And my favorite, of course, is the
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A few different types of woodwind instruments include the alto saxophone, the flute, the clarinet and the oboe. Discover how woodwind instruments are used in marching bands, school bands and jazz bands with help from a professional saxophonist in this free video on music and instruments.

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14. Woodwind Instruments At Silver Keys & Strings
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15. Musical Instruments - Woodwinds
Musical Instruments Woodwinds. Piccolo The piccolo is a type of transverse flute that is pitched an octave above the concert (or standard) flute.
Musical Instruments - Woodwinds
The piccolo is a type of transverse flute that is pitched an octave above the concert (or standard) flute. It has a range of nearly three octaves and reaches the highest pitches of a modern orchestra. It is usually used for special effects in orchestras but is more widely used in concert and marching bands. It is played in the same manner as a flute would be played. History: The piccolo was originally made out of wood and was featured in man prominent composers' works. One of the earliest pieces to use the piccolo was Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. However, the most familiar use of the piccolo is in the end of John Philip Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes Forever."
The flute is the instrument that serves as the soprano voice in most bands, orchestras, and woodwind groups. Most flutes are made of metal and consist chiefly of a tube with a mouthpiece near one end. The musician holds the flute horizontally and blows across an oval shaped hole in the mouthpiece. At the same time, the musician presses levers on the flute, called keys. The keys, when depressed and released, open and close tone holes on the flute to produce different notes. The concert flute, which is tuned in the key of C, is the most popular flute and has a three octave range. Other members of the flute family include the piccolo, the alto flute, and the bass flute. History: The transverse flute, the flute that is most commonly used in Western music, was known to have existed in China about 900 BCE. The flute reached Europe during the 12th century where it became most used as a military instrument in German speaking areas. This led to its formal name, the German flute. The flute then evolved into a chamber music instrument during the 16th and 17th centuries. These early flutes were often made in one piece with six fingerholes. During the 1600s, however, the flute was redesigned and was built in three sections with joints which connected them together. Gradually, more keys were added to the flute, and it began to replace the recorder in orchestral pieces. By 1800, a four-keyed flute was most common, but during that century, an eight-keyed flute was also developed. Currently, the cylindrical Bohem flute is the most commonly used with thirteen or more tone holes controlled by a system of padded keys.

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Jessica Rance Woodwind Instrument Repairs, based in Devon, provides a specialised and individual service for musicians and collectors. Follow the link to your own instrument to see what we offer, and also for relevant external site links. I also undertake custom work on all instruments, which includes the fitting of specialist thumbrests on clarinets, keywork extensions and other modifications to help people with injuries or disabilities to play an instrument.
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17. How Do Woodwind Instruments Work?
How Do Woodwind Instruments Work? Overview A simplified introduction to the woodwind family and how they work.
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How Do Woodwind Instruments Work?
A simplified introduction to the woodwind family and how they work. This page describes their different shapes and different types of excitation (air jet or reed) and how these give rise to some of their different behaviours. It gives links to more detailed pages about the acoustics of the individual instruments.
Something about sound
First, a little information about sound. If you put your finger gently on a loudspeaker you will feel it vibrate - if it is playing a low note loudly you can see it moving. When it moves forwards, it compresses the air next to it, which raises its pressure. Some of this air flows outwards, compressing the next layer of air. (More about loudspeakers .) The disturbance in the air spreads out as a travelling sound wave. Ultimately this sound wave causes a very tiny vibration in your eardrum - but that's another story.
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18. DSO Kids | Flute
. The three branches of the woodwind family have different sources of sound. Vibrations begin when air is blown across the top of an instrument, across a single reed, or......

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HINT To get really good at this game, brush up on your knowledge of woodwind instruments by clicking on the icons at the top of this page. Have fun!

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