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  Wind instrument - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A wind instrument is a musical instrument that contains some type of resonator (usually a tube), in which a column of air is set into vibration by the player blowing into (or over) a mouthpiece set at the end of the resonator.
Although brass instruments were originally made of brass and woodwind instruments have traditionally been made of wood, the material used to make the body of the instrument is not always a reliable guide to its family type.
On the other hand, the cornett (not to be confused with the brass instrument cornet) and serpent, although made of wood (or PVC pipe in the case of modern serpents), are in the family of brass instruments because the vibration which originates the sound is done with the lips of the player.
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 Wind Instruments: Some Basics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The brass and woodwind sections of the orchestra - all the instruments that one blows into to produce a sound - are called the wind instruments, or winds.
In most wind instruments, the air is blown into the instrument at or near one end of the tube and exits at the other end.
Most wind instruments are vaguely tube-shaped, because a long, thin column of air is a good place to set up a standing waves of air.
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 AllRefer.com - wind instrument (Music: Theory, Forms, And Instruments) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Other wind instruments are blown by the player and are divided into two groups, the woodwinds and the brass winds, or brasses.
The brass winds include the bugle, cornet, ophicleide, trombone, trumpet, and tuba, all having cup-shaped mouthpieces, and the French horn, having a funnel-shaped mouthpiece.
The wind passage of a wind instrument is called the bore and may be conical or cylindrical; its flared edge is called the bell.
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 WIND Instrument Descriptions
The fundamental observations of solar wind magnetic fields are important to the study of the solar wind and magnetosphere coupling process and also to the interpretation of other observational data from WIND.
The MFI instrument consists of dual triaxial fluxgate rnagnetometers mounted on a 12-meter radial boom, and a data processing and control unit within the body of the spacecraft.
The TGRS instrument consists of four assemblies: detector cooler assembly, pre-amp, and analog processing unit, all mounted on a tower on the +Z end of the spacecraft, and a digital processing unit mounted in the body of the spacecraft.
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 wind instrument --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Idiophones are instruments whose own substance vibrates to produce sound (as opposed to the strings of a guitar or the air column of a flute); examples include bells, clappers, and rattles.
According to the standard method of instrument classification introduced in the early 20th century, all wind instruments (that is, all instruments in which air is the primary vibrating medium for the production of sound) are called aerophones.
Wind direction is indicated by a vane, a pointer that swings with the wind and is mounted on a vertical axis attached to a...
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 Front Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
A "wind controller" is a hybrid instrument that is "played" like a traditional musical wind instrument, i.e., it is blown and fingered like a brass or woodwind instrument.
Wind control of synthesizers allows musical phrasing and articulation similar to what is obtained with acoustic wind instruments.
Two different custom-designed wind controllers are described on these pages -- an all-analog design for use with modular analog synthesizers and a MIDI controller for use with various commercial synthesizers and sound modules.
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 wind instrument on Encyclopedia.com
WIND INSTRUMENT [wind instrument] in music, any instrument whose tone is produced by a vibrating column of air.
Proven practices drive Antigua Winds' growth: a focus on dealer profitability, great technical support, and extensive marketing aids may not be revolutionary, but when executed properly, they're still a recipe for success in the band instrument business.
Weril's hi-tech Brazilian band instruments: for over 100 years, the Weingrill family has been crafting a complete line of wind instruments in Brazil...
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 wind instrument
Any musical instrument where a column of air (created by the player's breath) vibrates in a tube (the body of the instrument), producing a sound.
There are two main types of wind instrument: woodwind instruments, including flute, piccolo, clarinet, and oboe;; brass instruments, including trumpet, horns, and trombone.
The earliest playable wind instruments were excavated from a Neolithic site in Henan Province, China, in 1999.
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 The bear orchestra - What is a wind instrument
A wind instrument produces its sound when the musician, using their breath causes a column of air to vibrate inside the instrument.
They are different because of the way the musician blows into the instrument as well as the material they are made of.
The sound of a woodwind is produced by blowing across a hole in the instrument, such as a flute or making a reed vibrate in instruments like the clarinet and oboe.
www.bears.co.nz /dyk/wind.htm   (202 words)

 How Do Woodwind Instruments Work?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
In woodwind instruments, the effective length is changed by opening and closing finger- holes or keyholes along the side.
Reed instruments are different: the end in the player's mouth is not open to the outside air, so the air is not maximally free to move in and out.
Attached to the instrument, they are (usually!) forced to vibrate at the natural frequency of the air in the tube.
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The basic sensor inputs on the instrument are a breath pressure sensor, a pitch bend (bite) sensor, and the keys.
The overall loudness of a wind note is NOT determined by some bonk or other event right at the beginning; it's determined continuously by your changing breath control through the whole duration of the note.
It is possible to keep using the Velocity value in wind patches to control the strength of the initial "chiff" of tonguing (rather than the overall loudness of a note).
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 wind instrument. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
A musical instrument, such as a clarinet, trumpet, or harmonica, in which sound is produced by the movement of an enclosed column of air, especially the breath, and excluding keyboard instruments such as the organ or accordion.
Woodwind and brass instruments are both types of wind instruments.
Informal A woodwind instrument, as opposed to a brass instrument.
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 Rip Off Report:The Gentle Wind Project ripoff medical fraud channeling health fraud healing instruments instrument ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
They manufacture these instruments, which are in the form of a puck, or card, etc. They assert that these instruments have healing power, which are not supported by any scientific evidence, and which opponents clearly dispute.
I stumbled upon the Gentle Wind Project about six years ago and was extremely skeptical at the time as to the effectiveness of their so called “instruments”, but decided to give it a try as it did not cost anything and nothing was asked of me.
Although an instrument keeper used to teach a class on using healing instruments at the San Diego Humane Society/SPCA, the banned healing instruments from their facilities after the true nature of the Gentle Wind Project was made known to them and the false claims made on GWP's web site.
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 Gentle Wind Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
After using these instruments my patients' immediate response is that they feel better, more calm, and have less discomfort.
But 3 weeks after holding a Healing Instrument she was able to disclose that her sibling/caretaker was abusing her.
They tell me that since using the Instrument they are now focused and centered and aware that something major has happened to them.
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 Harris expands wind-instrument program with new ensemble - MIT News Office
Formerly an instrumental music director in the Belmont (MA) public schools, Dr. Harris is a strong advocate for music education; on November 6 he hosted, at MIT, a first-of-its-kind meeting of leaders of collegiate music education programs in Massachusetts to discuss the preparation of future music teachers.
The Wind Ensemble is about half that size and performs music for a more varied instrumentation ranging from octets to full wind ensemble with usually one person per part.
I felt the term "wind symphony" more accurately reflects the "symphonic" nature of the ensemble due to its size and its repertoire: original music composed for a large body of wind and percussion instruments and/or choirs of woodwind, brass and percussion instruments.
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 Electronic wind instrument   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Wind instruments are essentially monophonic, and were well-suited to...
The electronic wind instrument is a clarinet-shaped instrument having five...
a type of electronic saxaphone and to imitate wind instrument sounds.The instruments was contained in a fur-lined palstic case housing the synthesiser,...
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This cocus wood flute is composed of two parts; the pipe body and the bird or saddle block.
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 wind instrument
brass wind instrument - brass wind instrument: see wind instrument.
sarrusophone - sarrusophone, brass keyed wind instrument, played with a double reed, thus a member of the oboe...
organ - organ, a musical wind instrument in which sound is produced by one or more sets of pipes controlled...
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 Wind Instrument Mathematics
I assume the length you use in the calculations is the length of the center of the bore (for curved instruments, like crumhorn or saxophone, the inside of the bore curve is obviously shorter than the outside).
Daniel, 70 degrees F (about 20 C) sounds a little too low to use, especially for smaller wind instruments (ie fifes and flutes) since the air driving it is at 37 C (body temp).
I have a fife/flute instrument made of white plastic, made by Yamaha, 8 holes (one thumbhole) and the fingering is like the Recorder.It is not a traditional instrument but is handy for people who already play the recorder.
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 brass wind instrument on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
BRASS WIND INSTRUMENT [brass wind instrument] see wind instrument.
Mac-based Accompanist plays along with students' brass, wind instruments.
The brass of Sonare Winds: the company that wed the famed Powell headjoint with an affordable Asian flute has applied similar hybrid alchemy to a new line of trumpets.
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 Open Directory - Arts:Music:Instruments:Winds
Brasses are wind instruments made of brass or other metal in which sound is produced through vibration of the lips, and pitch is controlled by lip pressure as well as adjustment of the length of the sound tube by means of valves, a slide, or changeable sections of pipe called crooks.
Before the 19th century, each sub-family was represented in ranges from soprano to bass (producing such instruments as the bass trumpet), but modern usage has rendered archaic all but one or two from each group.
If your site primarily advertises commercial stringed instrument education which can be accessed from home, then please submit to Wind Instrument Education category within Shopping.
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 FMI - Research - Space Research - Space Plasma Physics - Solar wind SWAN
The SWAN (Solar Wind ANisotropies) instrument is one of twelve instruments onboard SOHO (SOlar Heliospheric Observatory) satellite.
Technical Research Centre of Finland was responsible for the construction, mechanics, thermal design, and central processor of the instrument itself.
Theoretical results have shown that this kind of a change can be caused by the solar wind proton flux which varies according to the distance to the heliospheric current sheet.
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 Early Wind Instrument Businesses - makers & sellers
Maker of bagpipes, shawms, rauschpfeifes, cornamuses, and other wind instruments.
Maker and repairer of early double reed instruments, including racketts and shawms.
Maker of Baroque and Renaissance flutes, fifes, pennywhistles, tabor pipes, and other wind instruments.
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 Yamaha WX7 MIDI Wind Controller
The fingerings are based upon saxophone fingerings, with a few major differences such as the 5 octave keys for the left thumb (2 down, 3 up, and a home (neutral) position) which makes for 6 octaves.
Breath pressure can be mapped to instrument volume (CC#7) for those synths which don't listen to breath pressure (CC#2) via a DIP switch located on the back, above the left thumb.
There are also plugs included with the instrument so that you can change the blowing resistance to suit your preferences.
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 Wind Instrument on the Net, Musical Instruments Online, Shop & Save!
This songbook/instrument package features seven songs of hope, love and happy endings as sung by heroines in favorite Disney films, plus a top-quality recorder on which to play them!
This series features 15 original pieces for beginning wind instrument players in a variety of styles.
It introduces students to the joy of playing solo with background accompaniment tracks on CD that are perfect for practice and performance.
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 BUBL LINK: Wind instruments
Annotated index of fingerings for instruments in the bassoon family gathered from UK wind periodicals and other publications.
Information about the educational and cultural organisation dedicated to the advancement of the free-reed instruments (such as the accordion, concertina, harmonium, reed organ and harmonica).
Provides details of his business of general musical instrument sales and manufacture, images of prototype concertinas, and others depicting the instrument's evolution over the years.
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