Spring “Winds”

wind instruments

As the winds of Spring blow across the North­ern Hemi­sphere, the sounds of wood­winds roll across Radio Riel’s main stream today.

Today’s pro­gram con­sists of wind ensem­bles both large and small. We are giv­ing the strings a break as wind instru­ments take cen­ter stage.

Wind instru­ments are those instru­ments that pro­duce sound as a play­er blows air into or over a res­onator, which is usu­al­ly in the form of a tube. There are two types of wind instru­ments: wood­winds and brass. Some wood­winds are: the clar­inet, the flute, the recorder, the oboe, the bas­soon and the Eng­lish horn. Exam­ples of brass instru­ments are: the trum­pet, the trom­bone, the French horn and the tuba. We hope that today’s pro­gram blows you away!

Today’s pro­gram is pre­sent­ed by Gabrielle Riel. If you are in the Unit­ed States, please click here to launch the Stream Licens­ing play­er. To lis­ten from out­side of the Unit­ed States, click here to start your play­er .

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