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    • Musical Instruments
    • Musical instruments are divided into 4 categories: String Percussion Wind Keyboard
    • String instruments are played by string plucking, bows or striking. plectrum bow
    • Some string instruments are Violin and Harp Violin Harp
    • Some percussion instruments are the Drum, Triangle and Xylophone. Drum Xylophone Triangle
    • Percussion instruments are played by scraping, rubbing and shaking. This produces different sound effects like running water, thunder etc…
    • Some wind instruments are the Flute, the Saxaphone and the Horn Flute Saxaphone Horn
    • Wind instruments are played by setting air over or into a mouthpiece.
    • Some keyboard instruments are the piano and the organ. Piano Organ
    • Sound is produced on the piano by hammers striking strings. T he player controls the hammers when he presses the piano keys. Hands press the piano keys. The Piano
      • Sometimes musical instruments join and play in an orchestra where a number of instruments play together and separately.
      • The orchestra is conducted by a conductor, who leads all musicians when playing.
    • Instruments in an Orchestra
    • The End