A whistle is a simple aerophone
, an instrument which produces sound from a stream of forced air.
KEYWORDS: prehispanic cultures, archaeomusicology, globular aerophone
, snails and rituals, Tuza Culture.
The Israeli company Aerophone
Ltd has developed a communication system, now ready for series production, with which mobile telephone calls can be made from aircraft--independent of GSM/CDMA ground stations.
Morn runs the orphanage with an iron fist, inducing feelings of guilt by threatening suicide, and calling to her children at any moment using a telephone-like device known as an Aerophone
, powered not by electricity but human emotion.
The didjeridu is an aerophone
fashioned from termite-bored wood or bamboo.
This small didjeridu is similar to a wooden trumpet called ulbura reported by Strehlow (1947:78-79) for the Aranda of Central Australia, an aerophone
referred to as kurnatja by R.
Its orchestral demands are immense - extras include 12 offstage horns, two trumpets, two trombones, organ, thunder-machine, wind-machine, four Wagner tubas, heckelphone, and the recommendation of the Samuels Aerophone
(a kind of foot-pump) to facilitate the long woodwind tied-notes - and, for once, totally justified in this wonderful score's portrayal of a pantheistic view of nature and all its ineffable magnificence.
Finally there are three bassoons in the aerophone
set, but unfortunately it has not been possible to discover the details of their provenance.
This discussion could have been more thorough if significant publications regarding the global distribution of double-reed instruments were mentioned (for example, Wanda Bryant's "The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone
," Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society 16 : 132-77).
The price includes delivery, installation and configuration loudspeaker equipment operator job Aerophones
at the opening and closing of the event.
Litwiniec (sax, aerophones
, throat-singing and ethno instruments), Igor Gawlikowski (guitarist, composer and arranger) and Pawe?
It is interesting to reflect that in spite of its significant exposure on the Internet the qeej has not followed the trajectory of its fellow aerophones
, the Japanese bamboo flute shakuhachi and the Indigenous Australian didjeridu, on the voyage into the realms of the "world music" scene.