On single-reed instruments, such as the clarinet and saxophone, the mouthpiece
is that part of the instrument to which ...
Ancient woodwind instruments did not have the mouthpiece separated from the ...
(which is called the table) is slightly concave and the tip opening is convex.
mouthpiece. (ˈmaʊθˌpiːs). n. 1. (Instruments) the part of a wind instrument into
which the player blows. 2. (Telecommunications) the part of a telephone ...
Mike Vaccaro Sax and Clarinet Mouthpieces specializes in making clarinet ...
Instrument makers are in the business of making woodwind instruments, and ....
Some mouthpiece designs have what is called a rollover in this area, which helps
The mouthpieces of different brass instruments are significantly different and ...
This so-called "lip reed" action of the lips provides the brass player with a wide ...
But most woodwind instruments are made of or contain polymers. ... A plastic
recorder also needs an oil called "recorder cream" - a petrolium product much
like Vaseline - on the joints so that it ... The ABS resin piccolo has a metal
Kids learn about how woodwind music instruments work. ... By blowing air into or
across the mouthpiece, the musician creates vibrations that make ... or vibrations
are made when the air travels across a thin piece of wood called a reed.
Brass instruments are any tube that can be played with the lips. They're not
always ... Modern brass instruments produce sound through a metal mouthpiece.
Family of woodwind instruments whose sound is produced by blowing into a "
whistle" mouthpiece, usually ... by the vibrations of the player's lips as he or she
blows into a cup- or funnel-shaped mouthpiece. ... (Sometimes called simply a
When you buzz your lips into the mouthpiece of a brass instrument, the ...
instrument called a hose-o-phone with some plastic tubing, a funnel and a