Strings-the smallest and highest-pitched member of the string family~Violin
Strings-A little larger than the violin but played in the same manner~Viola
Strings-Only plays octave notes, much larger than viola, has an end pin that rests on the floor~cello
Strings-Tall, triangular-shaped instrument with about 45 vertical strings~Harp
Woodwinds-narrow metal tube about two feet long, with a row of holes covered by keys~Flute
Woodwinds-made from metal or wood, like a small flute used when the part to be played is especially high~Piccolo
Woodwinds-double-reed instrument made of wood~Oboe
Woodwinds-single reed large range of nearly four octaves~Clarinet
Woodwinds-made of brass,single-reed mouthpiece,more powerful than most woodwinds used extensively in jazz~Saxophone
Brass-Air travels through over six feet of tubing,the highest sounding member of the brass family~trumpet
Brass-More mellow sound than the trumpet uses a slide with seven positionsa short tuning slide to adjust intonation.~Trombone
Brass-Made of about sixteen feet of tubing is the lowest-sounding member of the brass family~Tuba
Made from a small cylindrical piece of steel suspended from a loop and played by striking with a steel beater~Triangle
brass disc-shaped instrument that is hit with a large, soft mallet~gong
made of thin, round plates of metal alloys traditionally used in pairs, each one having a strap by which they are held~Cymbal
keyboard instrument that produces sound when the player presses one of the 88 keys~piano

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