13 Best Woodwind Instrument Parts

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Woodwind Instrument Parts in 2020


ammoon 2 PCS Plated Brass Thumb Rest for Clarinet Woodwind Instrument with Screws Replacement Part

ammoon 2 PCS Plated Brass Thumb Rest for Clarinet Woodwind Instrument with Screws Replacement Part
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • A Clarinet Thumb Rest of Plated Brass.
  • Bb clarinet thumb rest with screws.
  • Do-it-yourself installation.
  • Durable and Easy use.

Venture 200 Tube Cork Grease for Wind Instruments

Venture 200 Tube Cork Grease for Wind Instruments
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Lipstick style tube
  • Makes assembly of jointed instruments easy
  • Supports airtight fit

ROSENICE 17pcs Clarinet Pads Bb Clarinet Woodwind Instrument Pads

ROSENICE 17pcs Clarinet Pads Bb Clarinet Woodwind Instrument Pads
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Color: mainly white. Material: Soft felt and high quality sheep skin.
  • Including 3pcs diameter 17.3mm pads, 1pc diameter 15.1mm pads, 2pcs diameter 12mm pads and 11pcs diameter 10mm pads.
  • Nice to replace worn and non-functioning clarinet pads.
  • They can be well-constructed to ensure tight seals.
  • Can not self adhesive.

Vandoren SR213 Alto Sax Traditional Reeds Strength 3; Box of 10

Vandoren SR213 Alto Sax Traditional Reeds Strength 3; Box of 10
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Traditional reeds are known for their excellent response in all registers, allowing a pianissimo attack in even highest notes.
  • Extremely flexible, allowing the legato or staccato execution of large intervals while maintaining a richness of tone that gives body and clarity to the sound, which is a hallmark of Vandoren reeds.
  • Traditional reeds are available for all clarinets and saxophones in various strengths.
  • Every reed sealed in 'Flow Pack' to ensure freshness.

Music Nomad MN700 Lacquer Polish for Brass and Woodwind Instruments, 4 oz.

Music Nomad MN700 Lacquer Polish for Brass and Woodwind Instruments, 4 oz.
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Cleans and restores lacquer finishes on brass and woodwind instruments
  • Petroleum- and wax-free, with no harsh abrasives
  • Streak-free formula will not leave residue
  • Infused with gloss enhancers and UV protectants
  • Anti-static agents help prevent dust from binding to the finish

Woodwind Instruments: Purchasing, Maintenance, Troubleshooting and More

Woodwind Instruments: Purchasing, Maintenance, Troubleshooting and More
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

1x Golden Brass Saxophone Neck Tightening Screw Woodwind Instrument Parts

1x Golden Brass Saxophone Neck Tightening Screw Woodwind Instrument Parts
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • - Screws for saxophone neck - High quality and brand new - Tightens by finger and thumb, easy to install - Great for soprano, alto, and tenor saxophone - Material: Brass - Colour: Golden
  • Item will be shipped from china, needs 20-30 days delivery

Vandoren CR1025 Bb Clarinet Traditional Reeds Strength 2.5; Box of 10

Vandoren CR1025 Bb Clarinet Traditional Reeds Strength 2.5;  Box of 10
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Traditional reeds are known for their excellent response in all registers, allowing a pianissimo attack in even highest notes.
  • Extremely flexible, allowing the legato or staccato execution of large intervals while maintaining a richness of tone that gives body and clarity to the sound, which is a hallmark of Vandoren reeds.
  • Traditional reeds are available for all clarinets and saxophones in various strengths.
  • Every reed sealed in 'Flow Pack' to ensure freshness.

D'Addario RVCASE04 Multi-Instrument Reed Storage Case with Humidity Control Pack for all Clarinets and Saxophones

D'Addario RVCASE04 Multi-Instrument Reed Storage Case with Humidity Control Pack for all Clarinets and Saxophones
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Stores eight clarinet or saxophone reeds at ideal humidity level
  • Includes one 72% relative humidity pack, which requires minimal wetting for your reeds
  • Reed tips stay flat
  • Refill packs will last 45 to 60 days

BG A30 Body Swab for Tenor Sax

BG A30 Body Swab for Tenor Sax
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Body swab for tenor sax Made of microfibre
  • For quick and easy cleaning
  • Only one pull through absorbs moisture
  • Protected weight to not scratch instrument
  • Quality that lasts 5 o more years.

Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel Hook, Black (1901162)

Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel Hook, Black (1901162)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Fits most bass clarinets, English horns, bassoons, oboes, saxophones and more
  • Closed swivel hook design offers added security
  • Very strong and durable
  • Fully adjustable 17"-21" (43,2cm-53,3cm)
  • Made in the USA

Xuan 40" Leak Light for Saxophone Clarinet Flute Oboe Woodwind Instruments Repair Tools

Xuan 40
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Light lenght: about 40''(100 cm)
  • Power line: about 47''(120 cm)
  • 72 very bright cool white LED lights

Hal Leonard 102843 Kids Fun Songs with Songs for Kids/Kids Songs/Movie Themes - Learn To Play Recorder Pack

Hal Leonard 102843 Kids Fun Songs with Songs for Kids/Kids Songs/Movie Themes - Learn To Play Recorder Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Includes a high quality Recorder
  • Great Children's Songs
  • Beginning instruction included

Playing the Pennywhistle - A Great Way for Anyone to Learn Music

Adults often feel they are too old to start playing a musical instrument. The pennywhistle knows no age barrier - it is a great hobby for you whether you are 8 or 80!

Seriously, the pennywhistle is a great instrument for anyone who wants to play music for a hobby without putting out a great financial investment. My first whistle cost all of four dollars. That isn't to say you can't buy much more expensive whistles, but there isn't any reason for a beginner to shell out the big bucks.

You don't need to go to music class to learn the pennywhistle as there are several programs you can purchase to learn the instrument. The one I started with was Bill Och's "The Clarke Tin Whistle". It was great for teaching me all the basics and a few of the fancier fingering. I later purchased other books and programs to progress farther.

The traditional pennywhistle comes in the key of D, and most music written in the traditional learning aids are written in D or G, which is just C played natural instead of sharp, so you use the same whistle for those pieces. You can purchase different whistles for different keys, or you can transpose your music. As you get more into owning a whistle, it is likely that you'll do both. Whistle players love owning lots of whistles. Also, the low sounding whistles, such as the low D whistle and the F whistle, sound amazing. They are also a bit more difficult to play.

Some people get turned off to the pennywhistle because they think all you can play with it is Irish music. That is ridiculous. Sure, a lot of music people play on it is either Irish, English, or Scottish tunes, but I also play a lot of American folk music on my whistles. Scarbough Fair sounds fantastic on the "F" whistle! And Christmas carols are so very cheery played on the pennywhistle. I once even made a CD of lullabies for babies with my whistle music.

On the other hand, other people have wondered about those cool melodies played on the movie "Titanic" and "Lord of the Rings." If you're one of them, then maybe you'll really enjoy playing some of the more traditional whistle tunes.

Either way, you'll find plenty of free whistle music and instruction on the internet. The first place to goif you want to know more is to chiffandfipple.com. Dale Wisely, the owner of that website, is the undisputed King of Internet Pennywhistledom. His website provides so much information that it will take you days to weed through it all.

The tunes I'm attaching as support to this article are "The Parting Glass" performed by me with a standard soprano D whistle and "Ghile Mear" performed by me on the low D whistle. I had a bit of trouble with the low D (as you might notice at the end of the song) because I have very small hands, but I manage it fairly well. These songs are basic songs that most anyone can pick up fairly quickly. I had to post these songs separately from this article, but you can find them at the end of this piece or, if you don't see them, just go to the list of my content.

I used to play my whistle on my front porch or in my back yard. Lately I hadn't been doing that so much because my crafts have been taking up most of my free time. I guess I'm going to have to start practicing again and making more time for whistle playing come spring because now the neighbors are complaining - they miss my whistle music!

It's nice to be missed.

Source: Personal Knowledge and Experience

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