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Please submit sites that pertain to brass in general. Sites concerned with a specific subject within brass should be submitted to the proper subcategory. For example:
Trumpet , Brass Quintets
or Brass Bands
Brasses are wind instruments made of brass or other metal in which sound is produced through vibration of the lips, and pitch is controlled by lip pressure as well as adjustment of the length of the sound tube by means of valves, a slide, or changeable sections of pipe called crooks. Sub-families include trumpet, cornet, horn, trombone, and tuba. Before the 19th century, each sub-family was represented in ranges from soprano to bass (producing such instruments as the bass trumpet), but modern usage has rendered archaic all but one or two from each group.
Online stores offering didgeridoos and related accessories should be submitted to Shopping: Music: Instruments: Winds: Didgeridoo.
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Submit to this category sites containing free, online/downloadable wind instrument education. If your site is only about one type of wind instrument, please submit to the appropriate sub category for that instrument.

If you are a tutor with a site about the lessons that you offer, please submit your site to the appropriate locality in Regional.

If your site primarily advertises commercial stringed instrument education which can be accessed from home, then please submit to Wind Instrument Education category within Shopping.

Sites providing free wind instrument education, or about wind instrument education. Teachers can be found in the Regional part of the directory listed according to where they teach. Commercial sites can be found in the Shopping branch.

Companies that mass produce instruments in large quantities, and sell through wholesale and retail, ahould be submitted to Arts: Music: Instruments: Manufacturers

Sites selling online, but not building instruments ahould be submitted to the correct category within Shopping: Music: Instruments

Wholesalers and distributers should be submitted to Business: Arts and Entertainment: Music: Wholesale and Distribution

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Sites selling online should be submitted to the correct category within Shopping: Music: Instruments: Winds

Wholesalers and distributors should be submitted to Business: Arts and Entertainment: Music: Wholesale and Distribution

Stores that do not sell online should be submitted to the correct location within Regional

Repair sites should be sent to Arts: Music: Instruments: Repair

For companies and individual craft workers making more than one type of wind instrument. Sites may promote or illustrate the products of an instrument maker, demonstrate his techniques, or give biographical, historic or other information.

Forums, newsgroups and mailing lists for wind instrument makers are also appropriate.

Sites that focus on sales of ocarinas should be submitted to Shopping: Music: Instruments: Winds: Ocarina.
Informational sites about ocarinas.
Organizations focusing on one specific instrument should be submitted to that instrument''s category.
Organizations, associations, societies, and clubs focusing on wind instruments.
Informational sites the pan pipe or panflute instrument (both the South American and Romanian versions), as well as sites for players of the instrument.
This category is for informational sites about the tin whistle. Stores should be submitted to /Shopping/Music/Instruments/Winds/Tin_Whistle/
Tin Whistle, also called "Penny Whistle" or "Irish Whistle" is a six-hole, end-blown flute. Versions of the penny whistle are found in many cultures around the world.
English-language websites only, please
One of two main subfamilies of wind instruments, the other being brass. Woodwinds include the flute and recorder as well as reed-actuated types such as the saxophone and oboe. May be of made of wood or of another material such as metal or plastic.
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