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Mouthpiece (woodwind)

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On single-reed instruments, such as the clarinet and saxophone, the mouthpiece is that part of the instrument to which ...

wind instrument - Infoplease

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The wind passage of a wind instrument is called the bore and may be ... and brass instruments are now best distinguished according to their mouthpieces, since ...

Instruments of the Orchestra: The Woodwind Family

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Metal caps called keys cover the holes of most woodwind instruments. The mouthpieces for some woodwinds, including the clarinet, oboe and bassoon, use a ...

The Clarinets - The Instrument - Mouthpiece and Lay

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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.

The Woodwind Family: To make a sound on a woodwind instrument ...

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To make a sound on a woodwind instrument we blow through a mouthpiece or ... types of woodwind instruments: flutes and reed instruments (otherwise called ...

Polymers in Woodwind Instruments

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This is especially evident in woodwind instruments, which vary greatly in construction and composition. ... A plastic recorder also needs an oil called " recorder cream" - a petrolium product ... The ABS resin piccolo has a metal mouthpiece,

All Instruments A to Z - Classics For Kids

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A wind instrument that is played by blowing air into a pipe leading to the ... The other pipes, called drones, are used to continuously sound one tome ... A woodwind instrument consisting of a black cylindrical tube that has a mouthpiece with a ...

12c: Woodwind Instruments | SOUND

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Other woodwind instruments include the clarinet, oboe, bassoon and ... In the clarinet and saxophone family of instruments a single reed, clamped to a mouthpiece vibrates ... mouth to correctly produce the initial sound is called embouchure.

Clarinet - HyperPhysics

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It's mouthpiece holds a single reed, in contrast to the double reed of the oboe family. ... Woodwind instruments ... Why is the mouthpiece considered a "closed end"? ... A higher series of notes, called its "upper register" can be produced by ...

Wind instrument - definition of wind instrument by The Free Dictionary

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Define wind instrument. wind instrument synonyms, wind instrument ... embouchure, mouthpiece - the aperture of a wind instrument into which the player blows ... performed a number of tunes on a traditional Chinese wind instrument called a ...

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Wind Instruments: Some Basics - OpenStax CNX

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Jun 2, 2004 ... In most wind instruments, the air is blown into the instrument at or near ... reed plants (the pieces are called simply reeds) in their mouthpieces.

Woodwind Mouthpieces - Clarinet Mouthpieces

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Instrument makers are in the business of making woodwind instruments, and .... Some mouthpiece designs have what is called a rollover in this area, which ...

Music for Kids: How Woodwind Instruments Work - Ducksters

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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.