tenoroon

tenoroon
tenor bassoon

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  • Tenoroon — The tenor bassoon or, tenoroon, is a member of the bassoon family of double reed woodwind instruments. This group also includes the more widely known bassoon and contrabassoon, along with a smaller version of the tenor bassoon, the octave bassoon …   Wikipedia

  • tenoroon — ten·or·oon …   English syllables

  • tenoroon — noun a tenor bassoon; pitched a fifth higher than the ordinary bassoon • Hypernyms: ↑bassoon …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bassoon — Infobox Instrument name=Bassoon names= classification=Woodwind instrument (double reed) range= related= * Tenoroon * Contrabassoon (double bassoon) * Dulcian * OboeThe bassoon is a woodwind instrument in the double reed family that typically… …   Wikipedia

  • Contrabassoon — Other names Double bassoon, double bassoon Classification Woodwind instrument (double reed) Playing range …   Wikipedia

  • Double reed — A double reed is a type of reed used to produce sound in various wind instruments. The term double reed comes from the fact that there are two pieces of cane vibrating against each other. A single reed consists of one piece of cane which vibrates …   Wikipedia

  • Oboe — Hautbois redirects here. For the strawberry variety, see Hautbois strawberry. For other uses, see OBOE (disambiguation). Oboe A modern oboe with a reed Woodwind instrument Classification …   Wikipedia

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  • List of musical instruments — The following is a list of musical instruments, categorized by section. Please add to List of musical instruments by Hornbostel Sachs number also. See also List of instruments by nationality and There are 482 musical instruments listed. This… …   Wikipedia

  • Crumhorn — This article is about the musical instrument. For the district in East Frisia, North Germany, see Krummhörn. Crumhorns shown in the “Syntagma Musicum” Vol. 2 (1619) …   Wikipedia

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