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A trumpet makes sound when the musician makes a buzzing sound while blowing air through closed lips and into the mouthpiece. The air causes a standing wave vibration in the air column inside of the trumpet, which travels...

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Acoustic scientists discovered that 3,000-year-old conch shells used as trumpets make a haunting and droning sound. Trumpets made of metal, such as bronze and silver, produce a buzzing vibration occurring inside the inst...

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The initial inventor of the trumpet is unknown, but evidence shows that horns have been around and in use since at least the time of the Ancient Egyptians. The more modern version with the bent tubes and bell that allows...

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The clarinet produces sound by blowing air across a reed, into the mouthpiece, down through the body of the instrument and by pressing keys or covering holes on the instrument to change notes. The notes change in this ma...

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A flute works by blowing air across the mouthpiece, which creates vibrations that make the sound. The musician makes different notes by covering the holes in the flute.

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The harp produces sound when its strings are plucked, causing the strings to vibrate and move air through space. The strings are attached to a soundboard, which also vibrates and moves air, resulting in audible sound wav...

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Flutes are reedless instruments that produce sound from the flow of air across a hole in a cylindrical tube. Reed instruments produce sound by focusing air into a mouthpiece that causes a reed to vibrate.

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