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Kenneth Beck Enterprise High School INSTRUMENT FAMILIES AND CLASSIFICATIONS: AEROPHONES (cont.)

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2 Kenneth Beck Enterprise High School INSTRUMENT FAMILIES AND CLASSIFICATIONS: AEROPHONES (cont.)

3 REVIEW Name three of five instruments did we discuss yesterday? What family do they belong to? What class do they belong to? What is the name of the other family in that class? What is one difference between the family we discussed yesterday and the family we will discuss today?

4 REVIEW Name three of five instruments did we discuss yesterday? Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe, Bassoon What family do they belong to? Woodwinds What class do they belong to? Aerophone What is the name of the other family in that class? Brasswind What is one difference between the family we discussed yesterday and the family we will discuss today? WW’s are made of wood; BW’s are made of metal WW’s use keys to manipulate pitch; BW’s use valves WW’s blow air across reeds and tone holes to produce sound; BW’s buzz lips against mouthpieces

5 BRASSWINDS: TRUMPET Produces sound by “buzzing” lips against a metal mouthpiece Commonly made of metal Soprano voicing Famous player Wynton Marsalis Louis Armstrong How would you describe this sound? What image comes to mind?

6 BRASSWINDS: FRENCH HORN Produces sound by “buzzing” lips against a metal mouthpiece Commonly made of metal Alto voicing Famous player Maxime Alfonse John Cerminaro How would you describe this sound? What image comes to mind?

7 BRASSWINDS: TROMBONE *only instrument that uses a slide to manipulate pitch* Produces sound by “buzzing” lips against a metal mouthpiece Commonly made of metal Tenor voicing Famous player Glenn Miller Christian Lindberg How would you describe this sound? What image comes to mind?

8 BRASSWINDS: EUPHONIUM Produces sound by “buzzing” lips against a metal mouthpiece Commonly made of metal Tenor voicing Famous player Paul Droste Marc Dickman How would you describe this sound? What image comes to mind? aka “Baritone”

9 BRASSWINDS: TUBA Produces sound by “buzzing” lips against a metal mouthpiece Commonly made of metal Bass voicing Famous player Tommy Johnson Roger Bobo How would you describe this sound? What image comes to mind?

10 WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? S I Z E…

11 Music Lab “Instruments in the orchestra” Note which BW is not present in the orchestra com/details.html?id=1ad9f d06-d01a-412c-ae3e- 6b b42 com/details.html?id=1ad9f d06-d01a-412c-ae3e- 6b b42 LETS EXPLORE SOME MORE…

12 REVIEW Take out a sheet of paper to turn in. Number 1-10 Identify the instrument and how it manipulates sound.

13 NUMBER 1

14 NUMBER 2

15 NUMBER 3

16 NUMBER 4

17 NUMBER 5

18 NUMBER 6

19 NUMBER 7

20 NUMBER 8

21 NUMBER 9

22 NUMBER 10 The Big One

23 ANSWERS 1.Flute 2.Clarinet 3.Saxophone 4.Oboe 5.Bassoon 6.Trumpet 7.French Horn 8.Trombone 9.Euphonium 10.Tuba

24 EXIT SLIP On the bottom of your ID list you just completed, answer the following questions. What is your favorite aerophone instrument? Why is it your favorite? What family does it belong to? What does it look like? What picture comes to mind when you hear this instrument being played?


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