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Musical Instrument Families
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Timbre Timbre (a.k.a. tone color) is the special sound that makes one instrument or voice different from another.
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VOICE PARTS Soprano Highest female vocal range Alto Lowest female vocal range Tenor Highest male vocal range Bass Lowest male vocal range
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STRINGS Instruments that make sounds by vibrating the string in one of the following ways: 1) Drawing a bow across them 2) Plucking them 3) Striking them
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STRINGS Guitar Harp Violin family
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WOODWINDS Instruments originally made from wood that are now often made of metal or plastic. They set a column of air into vibration by wind moving: 1) Across a mouthpiece 2) Into a whistle-like mouthpiece 3) Over 1 reed 4) Over 2 reeds
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WOODWINDS Flute Recorder Clarinet Oboe
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BRASS Instruments usually made of brass. They create sound from the vibration of the
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Unformatted text preview: performers lips buzzing into a cuplike mouthpiece. They have 2 ends. 1) Mouthpiece end 2) Bell shaped end (to amplify sound) BRASS Trumpet Trombone French Horn Tuba PERCUSSION These are the most ancient instruments. They are used to make rhythm. There are two groups of percussion instruments. PERCUSSION Membranophones Also known as the drum family. An instrument with a membrane (drum head) stretched across a form (drum body). The membrane is struck by a hand or with a stick. PERCUSSION Membranophones Tambourine Snare Drum Bass Bongo PERCUSSION Idiophones Make sounds by striking rubbing, shaking, or rattling the materials they are made of. PERCUSSION Idiophones Xylophone Chimes Triangle Cymbals...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 302 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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