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Attention all kids just starting out on an instrument. Learn about the different woodwind, brass, string and percussion instruments. Click on a tab to learn about the family or use the drop down to select an instrument. Includes tips, activities and more!
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Woodwind Instruments - Elizabeth Reid
ISBN: 1567669883
Publication Date: 2002-08-01
Provides details about woodwind instruments, from the materials they are made from to how they are played.

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Woodwind - Wendy Lynch
ISBN: 1403488681
Publication Date: 2006-07-01
Looks at the different instruments, from the recorder to the Turkish zurna, which make up the group of woodwinds, and describes how they are played and how they fit into larger groups of instruments.

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Woodwind - Roger Thomas
ISBN: 158810267X
Publication Date: 2001-07-01
Explores how woodwind instruments work, the parts of a woodwind instrument, and the ways they combine to create music.



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The Woodwinds - Power to Create, Inc. ; produced by Culp Productions
It's the first LIVE ACTION series to take children worldwide on a magical, musical voyage introducing them to the instruments that make the music. Tune Buddies is the perfect introduction to a child's lifelong musical journey.

Ahoy, matey! Kids go on a musical treasure hunt in The Woodwinds and discover the riches of the woodwind family. From the gentle call of the flute or clarinet, to the roar of the saxophone, the woodwinds are truly a bountiful find.

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Disney's world of music discovery - Integrated Media and Marketing, LLC.
Music overview -- The voice family -- The rhythm & percussion families -- The woodwind family -- The brass family -- The string family.


How Reeds are Made


Woodwind Quartet

TetraWind performs the world premiere of Matt Barber's 'Prelude and Canon', which he wrote for them in 2009. The opening piece of a concert entitled "New Sounds, New Contexts...". Recorded April 3, 2009 in Albright College's Roop Hall

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