In this book, readers gain access to real scientific data pertaining to the science of sound production, promoting graph-reading, comparison, contrast, and calculation skills. Graphs show data from the following scientific instruments: Goniometer and Spirometer. Graphs show joint angles and motions required for holding and playing instruments, singing, and conducting. Additional graphs show breathing patterns associated with performing on wind instruments and voice, including a comparison of normal breathing with the various types of controlled breathing required for performing on woodwinds and brass. The musical instruments analyzed include piano, violin, guitar, recorder, flute, clarinet, saxophone, oboe and bassoon reeds, trumpet, trombone, mallet percussion, snare drum, and accessory percussion, plus voice and conducting. These data can be used for lesson plans by teachers and parents.