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Which of these is a cello? 123456789 1010 1
Which is a trumpet? 123456789 1010
Find the drum set. 123456789 1010
Which of these is a string instrument. 123456789 1010
Which of these instruments is not played in a marching band? 123456789 1010
123456789 1010 Which of these instruments is played in an orchestra?
Which picture shows singing in a choir? 123456789 1010
Which do you shake to play? 123456789 1010
Which is a treble clef? 123456789 1010
Which person would direct a band or choir? 123456789 1010
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