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The cello (often called violoncello) is a member of the violin family. It is much larger than a violin, and is also played differently - held upright between the legs of a seated player, resting on a metal endpin on the floor.
The clarinet is a cylindrical-bore pipe with a mouthpiece that resembles a beak and uses a single cane reed. The lower end flares out into a bell. Because it has a range of more than three octaves, it can produce both very low and very high notes. Available in plastic.
The flute is a musical instrument of the woodwind family. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute is an aerophone or reedless wind instrument that produces its sound from the flow of air across an opening.
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The saxophone is a single reed instrument that has its place in everything from pop and big band to jazz and classical. Depending on the player, it can sound mellow or strong. The Eb Alto Saxophone, the 2nd highest pitched saxophone was made popular by performers such as Charlie Parker and Nat “Cannonball” Adderley.
The trumpet is the highest of the brass wind instruments, composed of a long metal tube looped once and ending in a flared bell. The pressure and shape of the lips in the mouthpiece and the strength of the air pressure, used in combination with the valves, determine the pitch produced. Brass lacquer.
The trombone is a very popular brass instrument and has a wider and much lower range than that of the French horn or trumpet, and a characteristic slide mechanism that allows you to play both distinct pitches and glissandi (sliding tones) with ease. Brass lacquer
Drum/Bell Kits combine the attributes of both the drum kit and the bell kit. As part of the percussion section, the heartbeat of a band or orchestra, the Drum/Bell Kit includes a snare drum, 2-1/2 octave bells, a stand base, two stand tops (one for the drum, the other for the bells), a pair of sticks, a pair of mallets, a practice pad, music rack, and a lug key.
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The violin is the smallest of the four types of stringed instruments in an orchestra, and additional sizes are available under "Choose from All Instruments" at top. It is also the highest sounding instrument of the string family. The term violin means "little viola" in Italian. It has four strings and is played by placing the instrument under one's chin and drawing the bow, made of horsehair, across the strings.
The viola is an instrument from the violin family. In size, it is slightly larger than the violin, and has a lower tone in the same range as the human alto voice.
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