woodwind instrument

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woodwind instrument (plural woodwind instruments)

  1. (music) A musical instrument in which sound is produced by blowing against an edge or by vibrating a thin piece of wood or metal known as the reed, and in which the pitch is governed by the resonant frequencies of an enclosed air column.

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