What are members of the oboe family?
There is the heckelphone, the bass oboe, the cor anglais, the oboe d'amore, the regular oboe, and the piccolo oboe. Maybe there are others.
Piccolo, flute, oboe, cor de anglis, clarinet (all), bassoon (all), and the saxophone, the latter of which is not commonly used in an orchestra. Oboe Bassoon Clarinets (all) Saxaphone (all) flute, piccolo, English horns are also members of the woodwind family. Flute, Clarinet, Piccolo, Oboe, Saxophone, Bassoon, Contrabassoon.
The bassoon is a member of the double reed family and a part of the woodwind section of the ensemble. They are very closely related. No, the bassoon is in a family of its own. However, both are related in the sense that they are double reed instruments. The bassoon and the oboe are two of the four members in the double reed family. The other two members are the contra bassoon and the English…
There are two families of wind instruments, woodwinds and brass. The flute is a member of the woodwind family though it's constructed of metal. The other woodwind family members are oboe, clarinet and bassoon (and their variants). The flute is the only member of the woodwind family that's played without a reed. The other wind instrument family is the "brass" family; trumpet, trombone, French horn, tuba.