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Woodwind Instruments

How many woodwind instruments used in Western music can you name in 10 minutes?
Quiz by DrivingPark
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Last updated: March 17, 2014
First submittedMarch 17, 2014
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This quiz draws from Western woodwind instruments that are (mostly) currently attainable. If you can 100% this quiz without going to Wikipedia, you deserve an award or something.
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Answers
 
Piccolo in C
 
Treble Flute in G
 
Soprano Flute in E flat
 
Flute in C
 
Flute d'Amore in B flat
 
Alto Flute in G
 
Bass Flute in C
 
Contra-Alto Flute in G
 
Contrabass Flute in C
 
Subcontrabass Flute in G
 
Double Contrabass Flute in C
 
Hyperbass Flute in C
 
Piccolo Oboe in E flat
 
Oboe in C
 
Oboe d'Amore in A
 
English Horn in F
 
Oboe da caccia in F
 
Bass Oboe in C
 
Contrabass Oboe in C
 
Piccolo Heckelphone in F or E flat
 
Answers
 
Heckelphone in C
 
Lupophon in C
 
Octave Bassoon in C
 
Quint Bassoon in G
 
Quart Bassoon in F
 
Bassoon in C
 
Contrabassoon in C
 
Contraforte in C
 
Reed Contrabass in C
 
Sopranino Sarrusophone in E flat
 
Soprano Sarrusophone in B flat
 
Alto Sarrusophone in E flat
 
Tenor Sarrusophone in B flat
 
Baritone Sarrusophone in E flat
 
Bass Sarrusophone in B flat
 
Contrabass Sarrusophone in E flat, C or B flat
 
Piccolo Clarinet in A flat
 
Sopranino Clarinet in E flat or D
 
Soprano Clarinet in C, Bb, A, or G
 
Bassett Clarinet in C, Bb, A, or G
 
Answers
 
Bassett Horn in F or G
 
Alto Clarinet in E flat or F
 
Bass Clarinet in Bb, C or A
 
Contra-Alto Clarinet in EE flat
 
Contrabass Clarinet in BB flat
 
Octocontra-Alto Clarinet in EEE flat
 
Octocontrabass Clarinet in BBB flat
 
Sopranissimo Saxophone in B flat
 
Sopranino Saxophone in E flat
 
Soprano Saxophone in B flat or C
 
Mezzo-Soprano Saxophone in F or G
 
Alto Saxophone in E flat
 
Melody Saxophone in C
 
Tenor Saxophone in B flat
 
Baritone Saxophone in E flat
 
Bass Saxophone in B flat
 
Contrabass Saxophone in EE flat
 
Subcontrabass Saxophone in BB flat
 
Contrabass Tubax in EE flat
 
Subcontrabass Tubax in BB flat or CC
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level 73
Feb 15, 2016
Agree that recorder is missing. I missed the sarrusophone family completely. But Subcontrabass Tubax in BB flat or CC, are you kidding me? Is that something only Elephants can hear?
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level 25
Jul 26, 2017
Im going nuts
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level 21
Apr 4, 2018
Wow, i completely forgot Lupophon existed.