A saxophone is a woodwind instrument-- Specifically, a
single-reed instrument. Even though it is made out of brass, the
name of the instruments comes from how the sound is made.
No the saxophone is a woodwind
No, a Saxophone is a woodwind instrument.
saxophone is not apart of the brass family like the trumpet because a saxophone has a reed which makes it apart of the woodwind family.
brass it is not a woodwind
The saxophone has a reed, as well as the woodwind. The brass family does not use reeds. That's why it doesn't belong in the brass family
The Saxophone The French Horn because the saxophone is not a brass instrument.
no a saxophone is a woodwind
No. Although the saxophone is made out of brass, it is considered to be a woodwind instrument as the mouthpiece uses a reed to produce sound.
The saxophone is a woodwind instrument. It uses a reed to make the sound where as brass instruments make sound by buzzing your lips.
No its a brass instrument..
It is a brass instrument.
Brass instruments are made from brass, woodwinds wood besides the brass saxophone. Woot.
it belongs to the brass family
There is no brass wind instrument Wind Saxophone Brass:Tuba