The tin whistle, also called the penny whistle, English flageolet, Scottish penny
whistle, tin flageolet, Irish whistle, Belfast Hornpipe, feadóg stáin (or simply
feadóg) and Clarke L...
Were originally made of wood. You use wind to produce a sound. Also, the reed,
a piece of thin ... Woodwind instruments are so named because they?
Jan 22, 2013 ... Advertisement. In music, a sound that has a definite pitch is called a. tone ...
Woodwind instruments are so named because they. were originally ...
Nov 5, 2011 ... Why are some metal and plastic instruments called “woodwind”? ... Brass
instruments are a different family though, because they ... On a single reed
instrument, the reed is attached to the mouthpiece so that it is joined firmly at ...
In music, a sound that has a definite pitch is called a A. noise. B. dynamic ....
Woodwind instruments are so named because they A. are made of wood. B. use
Woodwinds are so called because the tone is generated by the player's ... of
brass but they are classed as a woodwind instrument because of the method of ...
Woodwind instruments are so named because they. A. Are made of ... A thin
piece of cane, used singly or in pairs by woodwind players, is called a. A. Mute. B
The timbre of a note produced on an instrument or sung by the human voice is ....
The woodwinds are so called because they all used to be made of wood.
But most woodwind instruments are made of or contain polymers. ... A plastic
recorder also needs an oil called "recorder cream" - a petrolium product ... The
bass and tenor recorders are so long that they have keys to cover the holes! ...
made of wood because they simply prefer that "wood" sound or because this
In a woodwind instrument, or even when air is blown over the neck of a bottle, ...
its far end. So it produces harmonics of its fundamental, like the basic instrument
shown above. Clarinet ... about oboists – they are always late, because they are
off carving reeds. The rest of the ... pitches sound. These are called multiphonics.