5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Lowest voice in the string family; so large must be held upright; six feet long
- The woodwinds produce tone by means of a vibrating column of air enclosed in a pipe or tube, and with the exception of the flute and piccolo, they produce the vibration by means of a single or double reed.
- violin, viola, cello, harp, double bass
- French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba
4 True/False questions
Strings → The brass section includes instruments in which the vibration is made by air blown through the player's lips which are pressed into a cup-shaped mouthpiece. You buzz your lips into a cup-shaped mouthpiece. Lowest.
Harp → A part of the string family; no bow; plucked; 7 petals to change pitch of strings
Violin → The soprano of the string choir; expressive range; melodic passages
Cello → The contralto of the string group; larger than violin; strong tone;