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teaching students in general music about woodwind instruments

teaching students in general music about woodwind instruments

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  • 1. The Woodwind Family
  • 2.
    • What is it made of?
    • ______________________
    • How is sound produced?
    • Air blown ______ the tone-hole
    • How are different pitches played?
    • _____ cover holes in the body of the piccolo
  • 3.
    • They are the metal rods and circles you see on a woodwind instrument. A key is a little _______ .
    • When you press a key down, it causes holes to be covered or uncovered for you. Keys help you cover and uncover holes that your fingers can’t reach.
  • 4.
    • The piccolo is basically a small flute.
    • Compare the piccolo and the flute:
    PICCOLO FLUTE
  • 5.
    • What is it made of?
    • _____________
    • How is sound produced?
    • Air blown ______ the tone whole
    • How are different pitches played?
    • _____and_____ cover holes
  • 6.
    • What is it made of?
    • Usually ____, sometimes _____
    • How is sound produced?
    • Air blown past a ________ causes the reed to _______ . These vibrations cause air in the instrument to vibrate as well.
    • How are different pitches played?
    • _____and_____cover holes
  • 7.
    • A reed is a thin piece of ____ used by many woodwind instruments. ____ is a plant with a stem a little like a tree’s trunk. You can compare cane with wood; cane would be not as hard or thick as wood.
    • Single reeds look like these:
  • 8.
    • What is it made of?
    • _________
    • How is sound produced?
    • Air blown past a ______ reed causes the reed to vibrate. This, in turn, causes the air inside the instrument to vibrate.
    • How are different pitches played?
    • ___and _____ cover holes
  • 9.
    • What is it made of?
    • Usually ____, sometimes ______
    • How is sound produced?
    • Air blown between a __________ (two reeds back to back very close together) causes the reeds to vibrate.
    • How are different pitches played?
    • _______and______ cover holes
  • 10. Double reed. Vs Single Reed
  • 11.
    • What is it made of?
    • ________
    • How is sound produced?
    • Air blown through the ______-reed causes the reeds to vibrate
    • What type of reed does it use?
    • ______ _______
    • How are different pitches played?
    • _____And_______ cover holes
  • 12.
    • Instrument Made of Sound made? Pitches
    • Piccolo Wood,metal,plastic Split air Keys
    • Flute Metal Split air Fingers,keys
    • Clarinet Wood, plastic Single reed Fingers,keys
    • Saxophone Metal Single reed Keys
    • Oboe Wood, plastic Double reed Fingers,keys
    • Bassoon Wood Double reed Fingers,keys