There are many types of wind instruments, but when you think about the sound, it can be broadly divided into three. Each of the ways to make sound is different, but it is common in that the use of muscles around the mouth and breath (air) play an important role. We will briefly introduce the characteristics of each instrument. Find an index to find the wind instrument you want to play.
Lip lead instrument
Many brass brass groups, such as trumpet, trombone, horn, tuba, and euphonium, are made of parts called "mouthpieces".The sound is heard by vibrating the lips.Each uses a special mouthpiece.
The bright and gorgeous sounds are active in a wide range of genres from orchestras to jazz. A flower -shaped wind instrument that often takes the main part.
It is smaller than the trumpet, and as shown in its appearance, it has a rounded and warm sound. The leading role of New Orleans Jazz and the British Brass band.
It features a softer and deep tone than a colnet. Popular for brass ensemble and jazz solo performances. The feature is that a long tube with a long French horn and a look like a snail and a sound (bell) are facing backwards. The number of turns in the orchestra and brass band surpasses the trumpet.
Adjusts the length of the stretch and contraction tube called slides with your right hand and change the pitch. Due to the difference in the thickness and size of the tube and bells, it breaks up with Alto, Tener, Tener Bus, and Bus, but the sound is the same.
The range is almost the same as the trombone, but it has a soft and round sound. It is mainly used for Brass bands and brass bands.
A musical instrument with the largest and low sound of the brass instrument. In the brass band, there is a powerful entity under the edge that supports the whole along with the contrabass.
It is a instrument represented by saxophone and clarinet. Processed the stem of a plant called Kane (reed/a kind of aspect)A sound is made by vibrating a thin board called "lead".Saxophone and clarinet make a sound by overlapping a single lead to the mouthpiece and vibrating, so it is also called a single lead instrument. On the other hand, there is no mouthpiece in the oboe or bassoon, and it is called a double lead instrument because it vibrates two leads by overlapping.
A popular wind instrument that is relatively easy to produce sound. Due to the difference in the range that can be pronounced, there are the following types. Soprano: Play the high range lightly. Active as a solo instrument. Alto: Relates a wide range of genres from brass band to orchestra and jazz. Tener: In the ensemble, I often be in charge of the melody, but it will be the main character in jazz and popular music. Bariton: In charge of bass. I often take the rhythm. The mouthpiece and the lead use a dedicated one.
It is a popular instrument that often blows solo and main melody from classical to jazz. The tube is made of wood. According to the range♭Clarinet, B♭There are a variety of clarinets, such as clarinets, altop clarinets, and baskelarinets. B is the highest frequency of use regardless of genre♭Clarinet. The mouthpiece and the lead use a dedicated one.
Oboe, Bassoon (bassoon), English horn (call angle)
A double lead instrument that vibrates with two leads. The range and tone are different, but they are attractive for delicate and clear tones. It is a wind instrument that is easy to blend with stringed instruments and is indispensable for orchestra. Use a dedicated lead.
Air -leading instrument
It is an instrument represented by the flute. On the singing mouthBreathe and resonate the tube to make a sound.Also called an air -leading instrument. No mouthpiece or lead is used. The recorder that everyone has once blown is also a friend of the air -leading instrument. It is an image that is playing lightly, but you have to use a lot of breath than a trumpet.
The elegant tone is attractive. Active in various genres such as orchestra, brass band, jazz, bossa nova, etc. It is a long form when playing, but it is disassembled into three when putting it in the case. It is also popular because it can be carried compactly.