John: I don't see the information on what family, how to play it, and what it's made of. It might be on the notebook page on the lower left corner, which you need to check and fix, because it doesn't want to load. Also, I need an instrument name.

Overview and Instructions


Research facts about your personal instrument.

1. Find a picture and label the parts of the instrument.
2. Tell which family it belongs to and what it is made of.
3. Write a description of how to make a sound on it.
4. Locate a fingering chart (find a link, and/or publish it in your project.)
5. Include an audio clip. Bonus for including a video clip.
6. Find at least 2 sites that give tips or information about the instrument. Include the links.


Use these and other websites to research your instrument.

The Music Room
San Francisco Kids
NY Philharmonic Kids
Learn About Instruments
DSO Kids
Oregon Symphony
Play Music
BSO Kids
Simple English Wikipedia
Wikipedia
FlickrCC (free, legal pictures)
MyTheme Online Photo Editor
TeacherTube videos
SchoolTube videos

Answer the following questions about your instrument.



Instrument Name:


Instrument picture with the parts labeled. Be sure to include the link where you found your picture.

What family does your instrument belong to?

Describe how to make a sound on your instrument.

Location of a fingering chart. Include the link.

Give a link to an audio clip of your instrument. Bonus points if you can give a link to a video of your instrument.

Give the names of at least 2 sites that have information or tips for your instrument. Include the links to the sites.