An organ has a keyboard and pipes or reeds. In the past bellows were operated by hand to force air through the pipes and produce the notes. Nowadays electricity provides the power for the pump. I mentioned an organ on my other blog.
An oboe is a wind instrument with a double reed. This means that the reed on its own can produce a note. The oboe is used in an orchestra to set the pitch of the note A to which the strings tune. It has pure overtones.
An ocarina is a small wind instrument.
Orchestra has an interesting anagram – carthorse!
For those of you who enjoyed yesterday’s video offering, here is an original song by the same musician.