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aerophones
aerophones
 

Our festive and religious traditions have always been accompanied by the sound of all types of flutes, bagpipes, accordions and harmonium, becoming brushstrokes of sound that mark out infancy, childhood, and maturity.

 
 


aerophones

 


END-BLOWN FLUTES :

Horn, shell, clay trumpet,…

WHISTLE MOUTHPIECE :

•  Whistle flutes made of cane, wood, bone or horn, key whistles, ocarinas...

•  One handed flutes.

BLOW HOLE :

Gelder's whistle (panpipe), side-blown flutes, fifes,…

SINGLE REED :

•  direct blow: basque alboka and various hornpipes, rye and cane clarinets, harmonica,…

•  indirect blow: accordion, cane bagpipe,...

DOUBLE REED :

•  direct blow: folk shawms (dulzaina, palheta, gralla,…)

•  indirect blow: bagpipes,

FREE AEROHONE :

Button, bull-roarers, buzz-disk, humming and spinning top,..