wind instruments 
Collective term for instruments that produce sound by blowing, which causes the air column inside the tube to vibrate; a reed or the lips are used to play them.
Small transverse flute whose range is an octave higher than the regular transverse flute.
Double-reed instrument consisting of a conical tube with holes (some closed by keys) and a slightly flared bell.
Instrument with a double reed that fits into a curved mouthpiece; it consists of two parallel wooden tubes joined at the base.
Instrument consisting of a metal or wooden tube with holes (some closed by keys) and a side mouthpiece; it is held horizontally.
Single-reed instrument consisting of a cylindrical tube with holes (some closed by keys) and a flared bell.
Alto oboe with a pear-shaped bell.