wind instrument


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Carol herself plays a wide range of wind instruments and is a graduate of Huddersfield School of Music and Manchester University.
He blew the wind instrument providing a wonderful musical experience to hundreds of music lovers.
For all of us who've laboured under the misapprehension that a flute is a flute is a flute, the Raas Rang festival, which begins in the Capital next Thursday, is set to change the way we've been looking at the wind instrument.
Wind Instrument struggled for consistency last season but still managed to pick up a reasonable handicap chase at Sandown off just a 3lb higher mark than today's rating of 126, and now that the stable appears to have turned the corner, he may be able to go on and achieve better things this season.
Most had dogs, I had a recorder - a wind instrument my son briefly flirted with at primary school.
CHILDREN are taking their first step towards becoming young musicians by learning to play the ocarina - an eggshaped wind instrument with finger holes.
Stuart Pearce's wife Elizabeth was on hand to receive the trophy after her horse Wind Instrument had made all the running to win under Richard Johnson.
The Iranian Supreme Court upheld the death sentence last August and Sina, a wind instrument teacher, was due to be hanged two weeks after his 18th birthday.
The result was that after playing what is believed to be the world's oldest wind instrument for 25 minutes an average of 6 days a week for 4 months, patients in the didgeridoo group had a significant lessening of daytime sleepiness and an improvement in apneahypopnea.
He blows into the 4ft wind instrument for 20 minutes, then sits back and waits for a nibble.
In a wind instrument, such as a trumpet or saxophone, it's the air inside the instrument that vibrates.
Laryngoceles occur when the laryngeal ventricle or its more distal saccule (appendix) becomes functionally obstructed as a result of an increase in intraglottic pressure, such as that caused by excessive coughing, playing a wind instrument, glass blowing, etc.
Singing jazz standards, accompanied by as many as 71 players, Mitchell holds her own and then some, sounding like a beautifully aged wind instrument.
The 16-year-old, who has been playing the wind instrument since she was seven-years-old, is a Haydn Wood Music Festival prizewinner and has appeared several times with the Holme Valley Singers, who are directed by her mum Kim.
According to The Courier Mail, born June 8, 1901, in the Spanish village of El Tejado de Bejar, he was known for his talent on the dulzaina, a double-reed wind instrument that he taught himself and played at weddings and village celebrations.