woodwind family


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Noun1.woodwind family - (music) the family of woodwind instruments
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
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John Turner will hold two free workshops, Pied Piper: Meet the Recorders, explaining and demonstrating to youngsters the various members of that woodwind family prior to a couple of concerts by the Tyneside Chamber Orchestra - at the St Mary's Heritage Centre near The Sage Gateshead at 6.45pm on Saturday, July 9, and at 4.15pm in The Maltings, Berwick, on Sunday, July 10.
Now his expertise is not limited to saxophone but extends through the woodwind family, including flute and clarinet.
Volume 2 presents a music overview and insight into the voice family, the woodwind family, and the rhythm & percussion family.