What musical instrument am I?
Answer to last Wordless/ful Wednesday: Soprano Saxophone
The soprano saxophone was invented in 1840 and is the second largest instrument in the saxophone family. The soprano saxophone is a woodwind instrument and is played in jazz and classical music. Because the soprano has a small body, it is hard to keep in tune so experienced players will use alternate fingerings to keep the notes in tune. The soprano saxophone is also made with a curved bell like an alto saxophone.
Below is an example of what a soprano saxophone sounds like:
Brandford Marsalis on Soprano Saxophone