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Flute, Piccolo, Bass Flute, Western concert flute, alto flute, Contra-alto flute, contrabass flute, double contrabass flute, hyperbass flute, and Irish flute.

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No. For example, the flute is a woodwind instrument, but it does not have a reed.


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