traditional musical instruments 
Collective term for the instruments, current or ancient, that characterize a culture, era or style of music.
Wind instrument composed of keyboards and a manual bellows used to cause the reeds to vibrate and produce sound.
Key that changes sound quality in the lower register.
Keys that provide a harmonic complement to the treble keyboard.
Apparatus that contracts and expands to control air pressure and cause the reeds to vibrate.
Part through which air and sound pass.
White or black lever pressed to allow air from the bellows to pass, causing the reeds to vibrate and produce sound.
Keys used to play the melody.
Key that changes sound quality in the higher register.
Piece that locks the bellows in a closed position.