What is another word for woodwind instrument?

Pronunciation: [wˈʊdwɪnd ˈɪnstɹəmənt] (IPA)

The term "woodwind instrument" refers to any musical instrument that produces sound by blowing air into a mouthpiece or reed made of wood. Popular examples include the flute, clarinet, saxophone, and oboe. However, there are many synonyms for this term, depending on the context and type of instrument. Some alternative names include "aerophone", "wind instrument", "flute family", and "reed instrument". These synonyms are often used by musicians, music educators, and scholars to describe the various types of instruments within the woodwind category, and to distinguish them from other instrument families such as brass and percussion.

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