What is the lowest member of the woodwind family?
The lowest member of the woodwind family is the Contra Bassoon.
The Bassoon produces the lowest note in the woodwind family.
The six instruments of the woodwind family are: Doublereeds: The Oboe The Bassoon Single Reeds: The Clarinet The Saxophone no reed at all: the Flute and the least likely member of the woodwind family is The French Horn. The french horn gets into the woodwind family because it is a member of the standard woodwind quartet and woodwind quintet. It is, of course, also a member of the brass family.
No, the oboe is not the lowest woodwind instrument, but it is the contra bassoon/bassoon In the standard orchestral family, it is a bassoon.
The bassoon is a member of the woodwind family. It is a double reed woodwind instrument
Double Bass. (The Piccolo is- I believe- the highest sounding member of the woodwind family of standard orchestral instruments whilst the Double Bass is the lowest sounding member of the String family).
The exteme bass instrument of the woodwind family is the contra-bassoon, and next to it, the bassoon.
The contra bassoon the lowest pitched instrument in the clarinet family is the bass clarinet
The biggest/lowest instrument in the standard woodwind family (meaning it is used in most orchestral scores) has to be the Contra-Bassoon, or the Double Bassoon as they call it in some countries. The absolute largest instrument in the woodwind family is the Contrabass Saxophone in Eb. It's lowest note, a written low B-Flat on the treble clef, sounds two octaves and an major sixth below a concert B-Flat pitch, and stands 6'4 (1.9m) tall and… Read More
Yes, the piccolo (Italian for small) is a half-size flute, and a member of the woodwind family of musical instruments.
The Double Bass or the Contrabass is the lowest member of the string family.
The double bass is the lowest member of the string family
A member of the bassoon family of double reed woodwind instruments
The clarinet is a member of the woodwind family.
No, the bass clarinet is a member of the woodwind family.
The piccolo is a half-size flute. It is a member of the woodwind family of musical instruments.
The bassoon is a musical instrument in the woodwind family. It is the lowest, or bass, voice in the woodwind choir. It often duplicates the cello voice in orchestral compositions.
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.
The lowest woodwind instrument is the contrabassoon(i play it). The LOWEST INSTRUMENT IN GENERAL is the tuba
The English horn is a member of the woodwind family. It is essentially an alto oboe.
The clarinet is a member of the woodwind family, which includes flutes, clarinets, oboes, bassoons, and saxophones. More specifically, the clarinet and the saxophone are "single reed" woodwind instruments.
None ! A piccolo is a member of the woodwind family. You blow into it - you do not strum it.
Try again. The contrabassoon is the lowest pitched woodwind instrument.
The clarinet and bassoon are members of the Woodwind family. These two instruments require the use of a reed to produce musical notes. Another member of the Woodwind family is the Oboe.
Bassoon: This is the largest of the woodwind instruments. It has the lowest pitch. And i believe that the largest means the lowest. For example the tuba!! The lowest is the Contrabassoon.
No, a cor anglais is a member of the woodwind family of musical instruments.
Flutes are not made from wood, they are made from metal, but they are a member of the woodwind family.
Clarinet, oboe, flute, piccolo, bassoon are the usual suspects.
The euphonium is the second lowest member of the brass family.
It is the lowest member of the String Family.
No, a kettledrum is not a member of the woodwind group.
The woodwind family The woodwind family
The string bass has the lowest pitch of any instrument in the string family.
Bassoon In some other orchestra's the Oboe is used for this purpose.
Lowest Contrabassoon Second lowest Bassoon Third lowest Bass saxophone Fourth lowest Baritone saxophone Fifth lowest Tenor saxophone Sixth lowest Alto Saxophone Seventh lowest Bass flute Eighth lowest Oboe Ninth lowest English Horn Tenth lowest Recorder Eleventh lowest Transverse flute Twelfth lowsest Alto flute Thirteenth lowest Soprano saxophone Fourtheenth lowest Pan flute Fifthteenth lowest Piccolo or fife (15th lowest would be the highest-pitched woodwind instrument)
The woodwind family of instruments. Wood wind it is the woodwind family The flute is a woodwind instrument.
The Bass Clarinet should have the lowest pitch.. or if not the Bassoon
the saxophone is considered a member of the woodwind family. it is usually made of brass and played with a single reed mouthpiece.
No flute is not a reed instrument. It is a member of the woodwind family. Reed instruments are clarinet, oboe, and bassoon.
A standard orchestra uses pairs of flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons.
The woodwind family includes the following from highest to lowest. Piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, clarinet, E flat clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon and contrabassoon
The lowest notes in the string section come from the double bass.
There isn't a "difference" the clarinet is IN the woodwind family. The woodwind family consists of all the saxophones, oboes, bassoons, clarinets, and flutes.
No, a percussion instrument is one that you beat on, like a drum, a xylophone, or a piano. A clarinet is a member of the woodwind family.
The piccolo is from the woodwind family. The woodwind family is the group of instruments that you play by blowing through them.
yes it is in the woodwind family
Reed instruments are a large part of the woodwind family. other woodwind instruements include the flute even though it is made of metal.
I believe that the lowest-pitched woodwind instrument is the contra-bassoon.
Yes even though it's gold it's not part of the brass family, because it is played with a thin wooden reed, not a metal mouthpiece.