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Suggested Pdf Resources

Rotational aerophones
aerophones.pdf (362 kb) - Seattle Pacific University
Aerophones are instruments in which the sound is produced by the vibration of air. reeds, cup mouthpiece instruments, and free aerophones.
SLAP TUBES and other Plosive Aerophones
Aerophones. Book and Audio CD. SLAP TUBES and other.
Ancient Aerophones with Mirliton
be classified as aerophones and membranophones.
Traditional Japanese Music
Gagaku uses aerophones, chordophones, membranophones, and an idiophone.

Suggested News Resources

'I'm addicted to loud pipes'
The bagpipes are aerophones, air-powered instruments with a drone and a chanter — something with holes to make a melody. Herbster said there are roughly 30 different kinds of bagpipes.
Pete Astor - Songbox

Suggested Web Resources

Aerophone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of aerophones by Hornbostel–Sachs number - Wikipedia, the
How Aerophones Work, Common Aerophones. These instruments make sounds as air vibrates through a tube.
aerophones and aeroplanes
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Classifying Musical Instruments
Oct 11, 2004 In aerophones, the sound is produced by vibrating air (usually Aerophones are grouped according to what causes the air to begin vibrating.

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