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Music is one of the essential forms of art that people use to express their feelings and relax their souls. As time goes new musical instruments were invented, and it took a long time for music to become today's form. Wind instruments have a meaningful place both in traditional Turkish music and in music genres performed around the world. The history of almost all the instruments called by this name dates back centuries ago.

 Existing musical instruments have experienced different changes and developments. Wind instruments dating back to 43,000 BC have been discovered by researchers in various parts of the world. This date marks 30,000 years before people started farming and animal husbandry and settled down. Continue reading our article for detailed information on the subject.

 History of Wind Instrument  

 Wind instruments make sound through to the vibration of the air. Whether the sound is treble (thin) or bass (thick) is directly proportional to the length of the pipe. The shorter the pipe, the higher the sound so, the longer the pipe, the bassier the sound.

 Wind instruments are divided into two groups: copper wind instruments and woodwind instruments. However, this classification can be somewhat misleading nowadays. As one of the reasons for this, it can be shown that some copper wind instruments used today were first made of wood and took their name from that period. These instruments have come to the present day as copper wind instruments, with the evolutions they have undergone to expand their vocal ranges. Although the flute and oboe are made of copper today, they are in the woodwind class.

 What are wind instruments?  

 If we give an example of wind instruments, some of them are as follows:

  1. Clarinet,
  2. Block flute,
  3. Side flute,
  4. Saxophone,
  5. Ney 
  6. Clarion,
  7. Trumpet