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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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Winds Off the Lake will perform "Essay For Chamber Orchestra," arranged for woodwind quintet by Michael Hillstrom, an MCC music instructor.
Senior Woodwind: Dylan Taipalus, Michigan; Matthew Younglove, teacher
There will also be audience participation with a chance to join in singing several well-known carols accompanied by strings, woodwind, keyboards, handbells and percussion.
The post A woodwind performance with a twist appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
With soloist Barry Douglas centre stage and blocks of woodwinds, strings and brass (conducted by Geoffrey Paterson) placed antiphonally around him, Volans's new Piano Concerto felt more dramatic.
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.
He'll also be competing at the Eisteddfod later this week in the woodwind solo and orchestra competition.
Feature is Concerto for Woodwind Quintet by Belgian composer Josej Jongen.
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.''
| HIGH NOTES: Woodwind performers Jake Hewison (front), Olivia Sykes, Lydia Wyatt, Kitty Cameron and Imogen Cargill; left: Kitty Cameron of Kirkheaton JH210213Bsunderland-01.jpg
The new additions take their place in the syllabus for the seven-day festival alongside long-established classes such as recorders, woodwind, brass, piano and orchestras.