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Wind techniques (U+E5F0 – U+E60F)

U+E5F0
Double-tongue above
U+E5F1
Double-tongue below
U+E5F2
Triple-tongue above
U+E5F3
Triple-tongue below
U+E5F4
Closed hole
U+E5F5
Three-quarters closed hole
U+E5F6
Half-closed hole
U+E5F7
Half-closed hole 2
U+E5F8
Half-open hole
U+E5F9
Open hole
U+E5FA
Trill key
U+E5FB
Flatter embouchure
U+E5FC
Sharper embouchure
U+E5FD
Relaxed embouchure
U+E5FE
Somewhat relaxed embouchure
U+E5FF
Tight embouchure
U+E600
Somewhat tight embouchure
U+E601
Very tight embouchure
U+E602
Very relaxed embouchure / weak air-pressure
U+E603
Very tight embouchure / strong air pressure
U+E604
Normal reed position
U+E605
Very little reed (pull outwards)
U+E606
Much more reed (push inwards)
U+E607
Combining multiphonics (black) for stem
U+E608
Combining multiphonics (white) for stem
U+E609
Combining multiphonics (black and white) for stem
U+E60A
Mouthpiece or hand pop
U+E60B
Rim only