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woodwind

Music
1. of, relating to, or denoting a type of wind instrument, excluding the brass instruments, formerly made of wood but now often made of metal, such as the flute or clarinet
2. woodwind instruments collectively
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The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet features clarinetist Trevor Pittman and oboist Faith Scholfield of the School of Creative Arts, as well as flutist Jean-Franois Rompr, bassoonist Julie Shier, and hornist Bernadette Berthelotte.
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At a ceremony in the Eisteddfod pavilion on Monday George was presented with a medal, given by Hywel WH yn Edwards, for his winning piece, named 'Agorawd i'r Tylwyth Teg' (The Fairy Overture) - a woodwind ensemble accompanied by a harp.
It is the first American quintet to record all 24 of Anton Reicha's woodwind quintets, and there is scarcely a piece in the repertoire that the group doesn't know or hasn't played.
In school instrumental music programs they generally play woodwind, brass and orchestral string instruments We do have students taking private lessons at our store as young as 5.
Lovely horn calls, plus a delightful woodwind team added to well-practised strings throughout however.
uk or posted to Woodwind Composition Competition, ETG 42, Ellen Terry Building, Coventry University, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5RW by Tuesday April 26.
Word History: The bassoon usually plays the lowest part among the woodwinds in an orchestra.
Curly Woodwind manager Nick Grantham said: "We have known the Zutons for a long time, since before they were famous.
Scores of pupils competed for prizes in recorder and woodwind classes as the annual Wansbeck Music Festival switched to Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, after being officially opened in Morpeth on Tuesday.
Just occasionally, the woodwind seemed to force the tone yet there were some excellent orchestral tuttis.
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