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Instruments

Instruments Quiz

InstrumentType
Trumpet a wind instrument consisting of a conical or cylindrical usually metal tube, a cup-shaped mouthpiece, and a flared bell; specifically : a valved brass instrument having a cylindrical tube with two turns and a usual range from F sharp below middle C upward
Trombone a brass instrument consisting of a long cylindrical metal tube with two turns and having a movable slide or valves for varying the tone and a usual range one octave lower than that of the trumpet
Clarinet a single-reed woodwind instrument having a cylindrical tube with a moderately flared bell and a usual range from D below middle C upward for 3 1/2 octaves
Saxophone one of a group of single-reed woodwind instruments ranging from soprano to bass and characterized by a conical metal tube and finger keys
Tuba a large low-pitched brass instrument usually oval in shape and having a conical tube, a cup-shaped mouthpiece, and a usual range an octave lower than that of the euphonium
Euphonium a brass instrument smaller than but resembling a tuba and having a range from B flat below the bass staff upward for three octaves
Baritone a member of a family of instruments having a range between tenor and bass
Oboe a double-reed woodwind instrument having a conical tube, a brilliant penetrating tone, and a usual range from B flat below middle C upward for over 2 1/2 octaves
Bassoon a double-reed woodwind instrument having a long U-shaped conical tube connected to the mouthpiece by a thin metal tube and a usual range two octaves lower than that of the oboe
Cello the bass member of the violin family tuned an octave below the viola
Viola a musical instrument of the violin family that is intermediate in size and compass between the violin and cello and is tuned a fifth below the violin
Violin a bowed stringed instrument having four strings tuned at intervals of a fifth and a usual range from G below middle C upward for more than 4 1/2 octaves and having a shallow body, shoulders at right angles to the neck, a fingerboard without frets
Piano musical instrument having steel wire strings that sound when struck by felt-covered hammers operated from a keyboard
Celeste a keyboard instrument with hammers that strike steel plates producing a tone similar to that of a glockenspiel
Xylophone a percussion instrument consisting of a series of wooden bars graduated in length to produce the musical scale, supported on belts of straw or felt, and sounded by striking with two small wooden hammers
Marimba a xylophone of southern Africa and Central America with resonators beneath each bar
Glockenspiel a percussion instrument consisting of a series of graduated metal bars tuned to the chromatic scale and played with two hammers
Drums a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow shell or cylinder with a drumhead stretched over one or both ends that is beaten with the hands or with some implement
Created by: gjones