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Voices & Instrument Families

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Idiophones
Produce sound from the substance of the instruments itself
They may be struck, shaken, scraped or rubbed.
Soprano
Alto
Tenor / Bass
The human voice can be categorized into various ranges, including
soprano
and
alto
for female voice, and
tenor
and
bass
for male voices
An
instruments
generating vibrations and transmits then into the air
Chapter 9: Voices and Instrument Families
timbre ; tone color

Properties of sound including pitch durations volume.
timbre is influenced by a number of factors, such as the size, shape, & proportions of the instrument, the material from which it is made, and the manner in which the vibration is produced
Key Points:
Group Members
Samanthia Williams, Paradise Cosby, Diamond Calloway, Detreaz Jones

The world instrument classification system divides into
aerophones
(such as flutes, or horn),
Chodophones
(violins or guitars),
idiophones
(bells or cymbals), and
membranophones

(drums).
Aerophones

Chordophones
Produce sounds from a vibrating string stretched between two points.
The string may be set in motion by bowing plucking, or striking.
Membranophones
drum-type instruments that are sounded from tightly stretched membranes.
These instruments can be struck, plucked,rubbed or even sung into, thus setting the skin in vibration.
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