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Answered Mar 11, 2019
The woodwind family is a class of instruments that are known as the highest sounding to the lowest sounding instruments. Most of the instruments are governed by a general rule, that is they work with wind. Two main types of the woodwind family instruments include the flutes and the reed instruments.
The differentiating factors within this family is how different instruments produce their sound. To define other components of this family, there is also the Clarinet, the oboe, the Bassoon as well as the flute, and the Piccolo. There are 4 families inside the woodwind family, each consisting of similar sounding instruments.