2.mus.05 Extraordinary Instrument

Do this quizz

1. This instrument looks and is played like a violin, but it is a bit larger.

    Flute
    Cello
    Viola
    Bass

 


2. This instrument is normally made of a black wood, is played with a double reed, and sometimes has a ‘nasal’ sound to it.

    Oboe
    Flute
    Clarinet
    Trombone

 


3. This instrument looks like a bed post and is played with a double reed that connects to the instrument using a bocal.

    Flute
    Oboe
    Bassoon
    Trumpet

 


4. This is one of the few (if not the only) brass instrument which uses a slide, not valves, in order to change the pitch.

    Trumpet
    French Horn
    Euphonium
    Trombone

 


5. This brass instrument needs the player’s hand in the bell in order to help control the pitch.

    Trumpet
    Trombone
    French Horn
    Tuba

 


6. This instrument is commonly made out of a silver-coloured metal and is played by blowing across, not into, the mouthpiece.

    Tuba
    Oboe
    Flute
    Clarinet

 


7. This instrument is usually made out of a black wood, and is played using a single reed with a ligature.

    Oboe
    Saxophone
    Bassoon
    Clarinet

 


8. This instrument is mainly known for jazz music. It is a woodwind, but made out of metal and it curves up near the bell.

    Clarinet
    Flute
    Trombone
    Saxophone

 


9. This instrument is in the oboe family. It is longer with a bell that balloons out a little and the reed fits into a bocal.

    Trombone
    Bassoon
    English Horn
    Clarinet

 


10. This string instrument is too big to hold under a chin, so it is played with the instrument between the player’s legs.

    Cello
    Violin
    Viola
    Guitar
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  1. vidalsiquierj Says:

    It is a very impressionant instrument, it have like a guitar, a xylophone, a battery, bells and some drums.


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