Many of us maybe knowledgeable in so many things but there are people also that are not familiar with those things. Some of us are good in teaching people how to exercise the right way or smart in identifying music tools and instrument but we can’t assume that the person setting next to you have the same ability as the other one. That is why there are professional music teacher or a gym instructor to help those people who want to learn the proper exercise and how to play musical instrument. I am saying this because if you ask me what musical instrument I play, all I can reply is that; we have a guitar at home but I am still learning and looking for person who can teach me how to play it. And if someone ask me about other musical instrument I would just stare at that person and imagine what it is.
Moreover, for my own sake if that question and answer happens, I did a little research about the musical instrument the bassoon. It says that the bassoon is a non-transposing instrument known for its distinctive tone color, wide range, variety of character and agility, a woodwind instrument in the double reed family that typically plays music written in the bass and tenor registers, and occasionally higher. The bassoon performs prominently in orchestral, concert band and chamber music literature that listeners often compare its warm, dark, reedy timbre to that of a male baritone voice and a person or someone who plays the bassoon called a bassoonist.
Photo on the left showing the parts of a bassoon. The bell (6) extending upward, the bass joint (or long joint) (5), connecting the bell and the boot; the boot (or butt) (4), at the bottom of the instrument and folding over on itself; the wing joint (3), which extends from boot to bocal; and the bocal (or crook) (2), a crooked metal tube that attaches the wing joint to a reed (1). If a bassoon disassembles, it has six main pieces, including the reed.