Wind Instruments

In this second post on Musical Instruments Series (First post), we discuss what wind instruments are.

Typically it is a musical instrument which has a tube in which air is set into vibration by blowing in. And different notes of music are got by adjusting this length (like by covering holes of a flute, or by moving the piston).

Wind instruments are broadly classified into brass and woodwind.  In a brass instrument, the lips of the player vibrate causing the air in the tube to vibrate. And in a woodwind, either the player causes the reed to vibrate or blows through a hole.

Bazooka, Flute, Clarinet, saxophone, harmonica and trumpet are some examples of wind instruments.

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