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A World of  Sounds
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Contents 1 . Sounds 2 . Wind Instruments 3 . String Instruments 4 . Percussion Instruments 5 . How we hear sounds. 6 . Brass Instruments 7 . The violin 8 . Shake, rattle and roll. End  Show
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Sounds Sounds are created by something vibrating (moving very fast). The vibrations set up sound waves in the surrounding air. Sounds move like waves in water but much faster. Sound waves are detected by the air in the ears. Instruments make sounds: Wind instruments String instruments Percussion Instruments
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Wind Instruments The player’s breath makes the sound in a wind instrument. The breath flows through or across a hole or an edge or causes a reed to vibrate.
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String Instruments String instruments use tightly stretched string or wire to make a sound. The player plucks hammers or strokes the string to make a sound.
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Percussion Instruments Percussion is the name given to instruments that create sound by being scraped shaken hit or struck
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