A musical is a Broadway show that tells a story through songs, dialogue and dance. Musicals can be the size of a large-scale opera or as small as an independent art film. Musicals are collaborative works, often involving an original score, script and choreography.
The flute is a musical instrument played primarily by blowing air through its hollow plastic tube, but can also produce sound by directly touching its metal finger holes. It is part of the woodwind family and shares many qualities with other members of the family such as the oboe and bassoon.
Taxes: Taxes are payments that must be made by law to government bodies or other organizations in order to carry out various functions for their citizens. Taxes impose costs on those who conduct economic activity within a jurisdiction which they serve to.