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, Nona Go-Castaaares, representative from the Podium, and Droz Cuevas, region business head.
A "soprano saxophone" is defined, in increasing generality, as a "saxophone," a "single-reed instrument," a "reed instrument," a "woodwind instrument," a "wind instrument," an "aerophone
," and finally simply an "instrument." The hope is that this hierarchy will eventually allow patrons to search for broader or narrower terms as appropriate.
Even, it transpires, in places you would least expect: in China, the sheng (basically a free reed aerophone
) has been known since the 2nd millennium BCE; in Africa, the instrument first arrived with 19th century European sailors, merchants and settlers, and was carried inland by migrant workers.
The new alphabetic sign lacks a sure aerophone
. It is tempting to suggest that the aerophone
was Semitic *sippar 'bird' or one of its many variants and that /[??]/ had merged with /s'/ in the language of the Sinaitic inscriptions.
): This is an elongated full-length gourd fitted with two equal-length bamboo reed pipes with a megaphone attached at the open end.
A whistle is a simple aerophone
, an instrument which produces sound from a stream of forced air.
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.
Gondang sabangunan consists of taganing (five single-headed, conical, tuned braced drums--individually named tingting, paidua ni tingting, painonga, paidua odap and odap-odap--hung from a wooden beam and struck with a pair of wooden sticks), two bass drums (gordang [single-headed drum] and odap [double-headed-drum]), four suspended gongs (oloan, ihutan, panggora and doal), a sarune (double-reed aerophone
) and a hesek (a metal or glass idiophone beaten with a wooden stick or metal rod).
(2.) 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.