Alboka | Arghul | Chalumeau

Single reed instruments (source wikipedia):

A single-reed instrument is a woodwindinstrument that uses only one reed to produce sound. Examples include clarinets, saxophones, and some bagpipes. In a single-reed instrument, the reed is attached to a mouthpiece that is blown into to vibrate the reed, producing the sound. By contrast, in a double reed instrument (such as the oboe and bassoon), there is no mouthpiece; the two parts of the reed vibrate against one another.

The 3 first instruments  below. The rest of the instruments will be categorized under the label - Single reed instruments -

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