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.
Valved instrument consisting of a coiled cylindrical tube and a flared bell.
Part that expels the moisture that builds up inside the instrument.
third valve slide
Curved tube that, when the third valve is pressed, lowers notes by three semitones.
Adjustable part that tunes the instrument.
Flared end of the instrument.
Part that lengthens the third valve slide to tune certain notes while playing.
little finger hook
Part used to support the little finger of the right hand.
Device that produces different notes by lengthening the air column inside the tube and releasing the slides.
second valve slide
Curved tube that, when the second valve is pressed down, lowers the note by a semitone.
Cylindrical tube holding a valve.
first valve slide
Curved tube that, when the first valve is pressed down, lowers the note by one tone.
Part in which the thumb is inserted to lengthen the first valve slide and tune certain notes while playing.
Small cup-shaped part where the lips are placed to blow into the instrument and modulate its sound.
The end of the tube into which the mouthpiece is inserted.
Part of the tube between the mouthpiece receiver and the tuning slide.