Mouthpiece may refer to:

  • The part of an object which comes near or in contact with one's mouth during use
    • Mouthpiece (smoking pipe)
    • Mouthpiece (telephone handset)
    • Mouthpiece (woodwind), a component of a woodwind instrument
    • Mouthpiece (brass), a component of a brass instrument
    • Mouthpiece (scuba), a component of a scuba diving or industrial breathing set
    • Mouthguard, a device protecting the teeth from injury, also known as mouth piece

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Te Haahi Ratana - Worship Service
... Apostle - (Opening Prayer) - O God's Mouthpiece, True and Faithful Angels and Holy Godhead ... May God's Mouthpiece confirm this Prayer now and forever Amen ... Apostle - (Thanksgiving Prayer) O God's Mouthpiece and True and Faithful Angels, now that you have heard our confessions and repentance, therefore it is fitting that we give praise and thanksgiving before ...
... It can be supplied with a mouthpiece or a fullface mask the mouthpiece has a valve on its front to close the breathing tubes when the mouthpiece is not in his mouth ...
Mouthpiece - Other
... Mouthpiece (band), a hardcore punk band Mouthpiece (comics), a DC comics character The Mouthpiece, a 1932 crime drama film directed by James Flood and Elliott Nugent ...
Mouthpiece (scuba)
... In breathing sets, a mouthpiece is a part that the user grips in his mouth, to make a watertight seal between the breathing set and his mouth ... Most sport diving scuba sets use a mouthpiece rather than a fullface mask. 1980s model of double-hose diving regulator made by Nemrod), the mouthpiece also has an outer rubber flange that fits outside the lips and extends into two straps that fasten together ...
Saxophone Family - Description - Mouthpiece and Reed
... The saxophone uses a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet ... The saxophone mouthpiece is larger than that of the clarinet, has a wider inner chamber, and lacks the cork-covered tenon of a clarinet mouthpiece because the saxophone neck inserts into the ... difference between a saxophone embouchure and a clarinet embouchure is that the saxophone mouthpiece should enter the mouth at a much lower or flatter angle than the clarinet ...