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  1. Week 34 _________________ are members of the percussion instrument family. Their name means self-sounders because they are instruments whose bodies vibrate to produce sound. Membranophones Aerophones Chordophones Idiophones The ________________quality in airduct flutes are affected by the following factors: Aperture size, Aperture shape, Windway size and shape, Angle of Incidence, Acuteness of the edge, and Frames and hoods. range finish tone visual design Any pot, but especially one with a mouth that is narrower than its waist, can serve a a ______________. This means that it will accentuate certain sound frequencies that are spoken or played into its interior. Try speaking or singing into a pot, jar of vase. If you sing different pitches , you may find one or two pitches that work well. resonator volume register sound amplifier ocean sounder Two most important rules for tuning a flute are: a hole placed closer to the mouth hole gives a higher pitch, and a smaller hole gives a ______________ pitch. lower higher equal moderate This weeks questions come from Mud to Music Making and enjoying ceramic musical instruments, Barry Hall, American Ceramic Society, 735 Ceramic Place,Westerfiled Ohio Note from Pres: My signed edition is in excellent shape, and still has the CD of music. I purchased this book to aid me in teaching whistles to my HS students, and to help a very creative music teacher with projects for her Theory and Harmony classes, which we did at the end of the year to give them a break from a very grueling class on Music theory.

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