Woodwinds and Brass

Canada, 1950

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Episode of Series “Children’s Concert”.
At one of Ottawa’s Saturday concerts for children, the conductor, Eugene Kash, introduces the woodwind and brass instruments and has musicians play each of the main types. Beginning with a willow whistle, he explains that modern wind instruments - flute, clarinet, trombone and others - are just more complex versions of this simple pipe.

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producer/director

Gudrun Parker

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Duration

00:11:45:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1950

Appears in

Children's Concert

Group of items

Children's Concert

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