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The Wide World of Music: A Guide to 100 Musical Instruments

THE IDE NORLD OF NUSIC dA Guide to 100 Musical Instruments Type of Instrument Typical Note Ranges O G clef (Treble, French violin) Percussion Wind 9: F clef (Bass, Baritone, Sub-bass) Stringed Electronic ::: B C clef (Alto, tenor, baritone, soprano, and mezzo-soprano) Part of a Classical Orchestra I| Neutral clef 9: 13 Alphorn Bağlama Bagpipe Balalaika Bass (aka Double Bass) Banjo Bass Clarinet Bass Drum 9: Bass Guitar Bassoon Berimbau Bongo 9: Bouzouki Bugle Cajon Calliope Chromatic Accordion Castanets Celesta Cello Clapsticks Clarinet Clavichord Concertina Conch (a.k.a. Shankha) Conga Cymbal Daf 9: Davul Didgeridoo Dizi Djembe Dulcimer (Hammerhead) Electric Guitar Duduk Erhu 9: Euphonium Flute French Horn Fujara Glockenspiel Goblet Drum Guqin Guitar Guzheng Handpan Harmonica Harp Harpsichord Hurdy-Gurdy Кazo Kantele &9: Kemenche Kendhang Kora Koto Mandolin Marimba Mbira Nadaswaram Nose Flute Piano Pipa Oboe Ocarina Oud Pan Flute Piccolo Rebab Recorder Sarangi Saxophone Shakuhachi Shamisen Sitar Snare Drum Steel Drum Tabla Taiko Tambourine ::: • •• • Tam-Tam Theremin Timpani Tin Whistle 9: Tom-Tom Triangle Trombone Trumpet 9: Tuba Tubular Bells Ukulele Valiha Veena Viola Violin Vuvuzela Whirly Tube (a.k.a. Corrugaphone) Wood Block Xun Xylophone Sources: ments#Electronic_instruments_.28electrophones.29 AAA STATE OF PLAY **** అిరిగ

The Wide World of Music: A Guide to 100 Musical Instruments

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Music ignites every aspect of child development - cognitive, emotional, social, motor, language, and literacy. It helps the body and mind learn to work together, building coordination and mental flexi...


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