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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name) ........ Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Sound Devices (hierarchy name) ............ Sound Devices (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of sound devices (equipment) ................ sound devices (equipment)
   Hierarchy of <sound devices by acoustical characteristics> .................... <sound devices by acoustical characteristics>
   Hierarchy of aerophones ........................ aerophones
   Hierarchy of lip-vibrated aerophones ............................ lip-vibrated aerophones
   ................................ <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore>
   Hierarchy of <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore: natural> .................................... <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore: natural>
   ........................................ buccinae
   ........................................ bugles (valveless aerophones)
   ........................................ buisines
   ........................................ carnyxes
   ........................................ clarions (historical aerophones)
   ........................................ dung-chen
   ........................................ hand horns
   ........................................ hunting horns
   ........................................ Inventionshorns
   ........................................ kakakis
   ........................................ lurs (aerophones)
   Hierarchy of marine shell trumpets ........................................ marine shell trumpets
   ........................................ oliphants
   Hierarchy of post horns ........................................ post horns
   ........................................ rag-dung
   ........................................ ranasringas
   ........................................ shofars
   Hierarchy of <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore: with fingerholes> .................................... <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore: with fingerholes>
   ........................................ bukkehorns
   Hierarchy of cornetts ........................................ cornetts
   Hierarchy of keyed bugles ........................................ keyed bugles
   ........................................ keyed trumpets
   Hierarchy of serpents (aerophones) ........................................ serpents (aerophones)
   ........................................ tuohitorvis
   Hierarchy of <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore: with valves> .................................... <lip-vibrated aerophones with conical bore: with valves>
   ........................................ ballad horns (aerophones)
   ........................................ baritones (aerophones)
   Hierarchy of cornets (aerophones) ........................................ cornets (aerophones)
   ........................................ flugelhorns
   ........................................ French horns
   ........................................ mellophones
   ........................................ omnitonic horns
   ........................................ saxhorns
   Hierarchy of tubas ........................................ tubas
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