A musical instrument is an instrument created or adapted to make musical
sounds. In principle ... However, contact among civilizations caused rapid spread
and adaptation of ... As instruments evolve...
relative intensity of different harmonics in each note.
Pronounced "tambour" it means: The tone quality or the unique characteristic of a
tone. ... When one thinks of timbre one thinks of an instrument or voice producing
sound. ... Resin is applied to help grip the hair of the bow onto the violin string. ...
The clarinet and saxophone are single reed instruments (one piece of cane)...
Dec 1, 2010 ... A note's unique quality, or timbre, is based on the relative energies of the
harmonics. ... As the string is pulled more tautly on a violin by turning the peg ... of
a reed indirectly causing a sound, as in the clarinet and oboe (4).
Jan 9, 2012 ... Pitch is the frequency of the sound, measured in Hz. For example, middle ... that
gives each musical instrument its unique colour and character. .... violin, cello,
flute and clarinet than a whole orchestra as the sound content is less complex. ....
The short “bell-like” sound is gone- that was apparently caused by ...
Aug 1, 2015 ... Tone color, also known as timbre, is the quality of a sound that is not
characterized as frequency ... For instance, a trumpet sounds quite different from
a violin, even if they play a tone at the same ... What Causes Tone Color? As the
unique sound of an instrument, tone color is impacted by several factors.
Even when the same note is played on two different instruments – a clarinet and
a ... sounds which, together with the basic note, create the unique sound quality,
... A violin and guitar have only a few strings, so the musician must hold down ...
Blowing into a wind instrument, such as a flute, causes a column of air to vibrate.
Photographs Of My Violins, Viola, And Cello were made by Mickey Dobo Of
Nashville ..... to identify certain unique traits of individual instruments and of each
maker. ... horn or flute; the violins of Stradivari have the sound of an oboe and
clarinet; and .... When and if playing-in causes the sound quality to deteriorate, it
Tyndall quotes Dr. Young to the effect that 'this quality of sound is sometimes ... "
When a violin and oboe; of instance, play the same pitch with the loudness, we ....
On the other hand, the clarinet has attributes which make it unique:" (p: 302) ....
And there are several physical dimensions whose variation causes change...
Oct 1, 2006 ... The unique mechanical and acoustical properties of wood and its aesthetic ... air
column for sound creation (e.g., flutes, clarinets and didgeridoos). .... To achieve
a high sound quality, the impedances of the strings and the ... readily or too
rapidly, causing the vibrations of the string to die down quickly and ....