Whissling iz a wind instrument, and iz did bi puckring up the mouth, and blowing through the hole.
Am I wrong in preferring the cornet to any other wind instrument?
The little solo on the wind instrument which the Major was performing was interrupted by the entrance of Miss Bell.
His story, in truth, needed no assistance from wind instrument.
It was evidently not caused by a wind instrument; I felt sure it was not a concertina or an accordion.
Devil-Death has inherited this wind instrument from the goat-footed Pan.
The music is hardly worth the name—is a kind of beating, accompanied with some wind instrument, and serves to keep the time.
Hom was the name applied to a wind instrument, a sort of trumpet.
It is a French horn, or some other wind instrument, surely meant for some vast campagna.
But the Sakais possess besides a wind instrument that claims more study both in the making and the playing.