One of the ancient transverse flutes of Indian classical music, typically made from bamboo
A Japanese and ancient Chinese end-blown flute, made of bamboo
A woodwind instrument consisting of a wooden tube, at the top of which is a whistle-like mouthpiece. The recoder has a softer tone than the flute, and it is held […]
A high pitched, Japanese bamboo flute, commonly used in traditional Imperial Noh and Kabuki theatre
A flute that is held in front of the player, has open finger holes, and has two chambers: one for collecting the breath of the player and a second chamber […]
A wind instrument consisting of a set of metal reeds inside a wooden or plastic case, with a metal cover plate. The reeds vibrate to produce pitches when air is […]
A long bamboo or wooden tube, played like a trumpet by Australian aborigines.
An instrument with expanding bellows like an accordian, but with buttons, instead of keys, for playing the melody.
A wind instrument that is played by blowing air into a pipe leading to the windbag. Air squeezed from the bag into reed pipes. One pipe has finger holes that […]