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Within a few moments, she’s joined by the flute choir, playing the wind instrument in characteristically eccentric makeup.
The duck call itself is a wind instrument not unlike the harmonica.
In a paper published in 2005 in The BMJ, Swiss researchers showed that regularly playing the didgeridoo, an Australian aboriginal wind instrument, reduced sleep apnea, which leads to snoring, broken sleep, and daytime exhaustion.
Dies said the public can attend the free lecture at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at the Lumber Center, where the group will demonstrate how a variety of string, percussion and wind instruments are played.
Winds over the Keys raged, gusting to at least 94 mph in Key West (before the wind instrument failed) and up to 120 mph in Big Pine Key.
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Definition of wind instrument for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument (such as a flute, horn, or organ) that is played by blowing air through it
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