The bassoon is the deepest sounding woodwind instrument and is played with a double reed. It is the least common woodwind instrument which is an advantage if your aim is to join a musical group as there will be less competition than, for example, on the flute or clarinet.
The bassoon, being the largest of the woodwind family, is also the heaviest.
This should be taken into consideration when choosing which instrument is suitable for your child. This instrument is usually only suitable for secondary school-aged children, although large ten year olds can sometimes manage.
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