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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_musical_instruments

2 Wind instruments (aerophones); 3 Stringed instruments (chordophones); 4 Electronic .... See also: List of woodwind instruments and Brass instrument ...

www.imit.org.uk/pages/a-to-z-of-musical-instrument.html

The is an alphabetical list of know Musical Instruments around the world, including sound bites and history.

musicbrainz.org/instruments

Instrument List ..... The sarrusophone is a family of transposing musical instruments, intended to serve as a replacement in wind ... 11th century pipe ) — Ancient pipe originating in Europe, with analogies all over the world, it is often combined ...

www.thoughtco.com/musical-instrument-library-2456708

Aug 15, 2017 ... An explanation of musical instruments and the groups they belong ... not clear-cut distinctions as not every instrument fits squarely into a family.

blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2014/11/saxophone-got-name-z-instruments

Nov 6, 2014 ... Check out our alphabetic list of instruments, from accordion to zither. ... The Jew's harp is a small lyre-shaped musical instrument held between ...

kidspicturedictionary.com/english-through-pictures/things-english-through-pictures/musical-instruments-2

Rock Band; Jazz Band; Traditional musical instruments; Music Pictures for .... performed to country music, where dancers dance individually but all follow the ... Thanks for the list of instruments .. i did notice triangle is spelt wrong thou just ...

www.enchantedlearning.com/music/instruments

The French horn, trumpet, trombone, and tuba are brass musical instruments. .... Use the list of musical instruments spelling words to answer simple questions.

www.allthemusicalinstrumentsoftheworld.com/index.php?page=Moredetailsaboutinstruments

Accordina. Hornbostel-Sachs classification: 412.132. Accordion. The accordion is an instrument with bellows and metal reeds. The player opens and closes the ...

www.enchantedlearning.com/wordlist/musicalinstruments.shtml

Musical Instruments Vocabulary Word Bank, Wordbank.