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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 reeds (aerophones) ............................ reeds (aerophones)
   Hierarchy of reedpipes (confined aerophones) ................................ reedpipes (confined aerophones)
   .................................... <reedpipes with double reed>
   Hierarchy of <reedpipes with double reed: with conical bore> ........................................ <reedpipes with double reed: with conical bore>
   ............................................ hichiriki
   ............................................ hn├Ęs (reed pipes)
   Hierarchy of oboes ............................................ oboes
   ............................................ rgya-glings
   ............................................ sarrusophones
   Hierarchy of shawms ............................................ shawms
   ............................................ tiples
   Hierarchy of <reedpipes with double reed: folded conical bore> ............................................ <reedpipes with double reed: folded conical bore>
   Hierarchy of <reedpipes with double reed: with cylindrical bore> ........................................ <reedpipes with double reed: with cylindrical bore>
   ............................................ crumhorns
   ............................................ duduks
   ............................................ pi nais
   ............................................ rackets (reedpipes)
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