Musical Instruments (British English Pronunciation)

This lesson begins at 0:30.
an Australian digeridoo
a battered old bugle
a saxophone
a tenor saxophone
a trumpet
a trombone
a flute
an old tuba
a French horn
a black clarinet
a bass clarinet (Note that in American English, we say “bass” the same as “base” when we mean a low-pitched instrument. If we hear it pronounced the way he does, we think of the fish.)
an oboe
a recorder
pan pipes