Wood wind

(Mus.) the flutes and reed instruments of an orchestra, collectively.

See also: Wind

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It was fringed in all its length with slim young birches, white stemmed and lissom boughed; ferns and starflowers and wild lilies-of-the-valley and scarlet tufts of pigeonberries grew thickly along it; and always there was a delightful spiciness in the air and music of bird calls and the murmur and laugh of wood winds in the trees overhead.
Other Superior instrumental ensemble performances included the trumpet trio performance of "Tandem Trio" by Mitchell Colonel, Lance Bohnert and Zach Zappa; Melody Colonel and Lydia Heck for their mixed wood wind performance; and Caitlin Elsea and Vanessa Inman for their mixed wood wind performance.
Eryl Evans, who oversaw the construction of the Sixpenny Wood Wind Farm near Howden, has been named the North of England winner at the Building Safety Group's Site Manager Awards.
Ruthin-based Jones Bros is to build the infrastructure for the Sixpenny Wood wind farm in East Yorkshire and Pentland Road wind farm in the Outer Hebrides.
In contrast to string chamber music, Reicha avoids the homophonic style and chooses to emphasize contrapuntal techniques so that the individual timbre of the contrasting wood wind instruments is enjoyed in its diversity.
The orchestra, which featured an array of musical instruments, including wood wind, violin and brass, is on a visit to the country in association with the Egyptian Embassy and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations.
He then travels to gray areas not commonly braved in similar publications: music and dyslexia, the effect of braces on wood wind players, even the best lips for playing trumpet!
Classes are in junior and senior piano, junior and senior vocal, choirs, recorders, wood wind, brass and strings.
The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, liberated from its habitual pit and therefore actually able to engage with a 2200-strong full house, delivered Verdi's score with crackling definition, yet also mellifluously organ-like in wood wind choir passages (a fabulous bassoon quartet).
Borodin's Polovtsian Dances are an obvious party piece and this showed with sparkling wood wind, exhilarating percussion and a magnificent brass team.