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It is acceptable for woodwind reeds to be tweaked quietly - but don't give the game away if you are the soloist.
| HIGH NOTES: Woodwind performers Jake Hewison (front), Olivia Sykes, Lydia Wyatt, Kitty Cameron and Imogen Cargill; left: Kitty Cameron of Kirkheaton JH210213Bsunderland-01.
They are looking for pieces of up to three minutes for a woodwind quintet of flute, oboe, clarinet in b flat, French horn and bassoon.
A music school in Everton hopes brass and woodwind instruments will give crucial relief to asthma sufferers.
Same goes for Simon Walton's Playing The Flute, Recorder And Other Woodwind (1032799583), which follows the same organization in presenting step-by-step coverage of mastering the basics of playing.
Shostakovich's woodwind arrangement of two Domenico Scarlatti pieces, Pastorale and Capriccio, found the Sinfonia on top form in a performance of neatly worked detail and well turned phrasing.
5, "Horn and woodwinds unfold a series of perky little tunes.
Woodwind solo under 12 Hannah Roberts, Ysgol Santes Fair, Wrexham.