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Wind instruments are musical instruments in which sound production is achieved with the direct participation of columns of air. Such instruments have been spread since the Middle Ages. It was then that the designs of most of these tools were improved by craftsmen. The fact is that the pitch in wind instruments depends not only on the strength of the air blown into them, but also on the position of the structure, which allows you to change the pitch or, simply, the notes. Such devices can be valves, valves, caps or wings. However, the history of the emergence of wind instruments goes back thousands of years. They have been known since the dawn of the human race. The ancients tried to extract sound from everything that surrounds them. And, if most objects could be hit with a hand or other object in order to get the desired sound, then some hollow things themselves asked to blow air through them. So the first instruments were born, the sound from which was extracted with the help of air. Over the years, they improved, new ones were created, and eventually came to the point when conductors began to include them in orchestras, and composers began to write scores for them. Nowadays, it is easier to buy wind instruments than it was before. Modern technologies come to the aid of the musician. Our Colorsound Internet Music Store offers a wide selection of such instruments and accessories. At the same time, it does not matter from which city to order. We will gladly deliver your order in Kiev, Odessa, Poltava, Lvov, Vinnitsa, Simferopol, Sevastopol, Uzhgorod, Donetsk, Kharkov or any other region of Ukraine. Every musician who plays wind instruments knows that they are conventionally divided into wood and brass. This convention is ensured by the fact that, unlike the Middle Ages, where such instruments were made exclusively from the materials that were named above, other materials are increasingly used in the modern world. The name, however, traditionally remained unchanged. For example, not all brass instruments are made exclusively of copper. Many of them are also made from brass or, less often, from silver. These instruments include trombone, trumpet, French horn and others. Woodwind instruments include flute, clarinet, bassoon and others. Successful shopping and creative ideas!
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