Aérophones

Instrument à vent

Un instrument à vent (ou aérophone) est un instrument de musique dont le son est produit grâce aux vibrations créées par une colonne d'air provenant du souffle d'un instrumentiste, (flûte, trompette… ), d'une soufflerie mécanique (orgue, accordéon) ou d'une poche d'air (cornemuse, veuze… ). Les instrument à vent peuvent être fabriqués avec toutes sortes de matières (du bois, du métal, du plastique, du plexiglas, du cristal, de l'ivoire ou de l'os), et certains utilisent des technologies mécaniques, électroniques ou informatiques.

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Classification

Les instruments sont classés par leur méthode de production du son et non par les matériaux qui les composent.

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