any of a class or organic compounds that have a sulphonyl functional group attached to two carbon atoms
a musical instrument, in which open-ended glass tubes are arranged in various sizes. The sound is made by rubbing one end or by striking them with a special mallet.
a musical instrument that produces sound from glass
a musical instrument invented by Wilhelm Heckel and his sons. Similar to the oboe but pitched an octave lower.
a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning
alternative name for a 'doulophone', referring to the fact that it is largely made from copper
any musical instrument which creates sound primarily by way of the instrument's vibrating
a model of telephone designed in the 1960s in the UK, whose name is an acronym standing for Tone Ring Illuminator Model
generic term for any musical instrument that produces sound in plasma or ionized gas
Any of a family of wind instruments intended to replace the oboe and bassoon in bands
A percussion instrument with a double row of tuned metal bars giving a vibrato effect.
a tonal acoustic musical instrument played by direct physical contact with water (sometimes other fluids).
A device which allows for the transmission of both articulated sounds and normal human conversations on a beam of light.
an acoustic device made from expanded polystyrene foam that is forced to vibrate by a variety of means, such friction against a wooden stick.
a device which converts ground movement (displacement) into voltage
a musical instrument in which notes are sounded by explosions
a modern experimental instrument, using an alto sax mouthpiece, with copper tubing and a coffee can (the name is a reference to Folger's, a common brand of canned coffee)
Instrument or not? (Y/N)
a xylophone-like, 31-tone instrument invented by Dean Drummond in 1978
a specialist musical instrument used to produce the sound of wind.
any musical instrument consisting of tuned metal bars which are struck to make sound, usually with a mallet.
A valved brass instrument with the same length as a tuba, but shaped differently so that the bell is above the head
a musical instrument made of wooden slats graduated so as to make the sounds of the scale when struck with a small drumstick-like hammer
Any of two or more alternative pronunciations for a phoneme.
a brass instrument that is typically used in marching bands or drum and bugle corps.
A small synthesizer operated using a stylus
a musical instrument that generates sound informatically
a brass instrument invented by François Sudre (1844-1912) in Paris, its shape resembling that of an ophicleide.
a letter or character having more than one phonetic value, such as English c, pronounced (k) before a, o, or u or (s) before e or i
a microphone designed to be used underwater
an experimental musical instrument which consists of a thin wooden blade fixed in a wooden block (often attached to a tripod), which holds one or more contact microphones.
a lip reed or brass instrument (invariably pitched in C), distinct in tone from the rest of the brass family and characterized by its cylindrical, wide-bore resonator (typically constructed from drainpipe).