2 edition of instruments of the orchestra. found in the catalog.
instruments of the orchestra.
John E. Borland
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cello or violoncello a bowed stringed instrument of the violin family. Range: more than four octaves upwards from C below the bass staff. It has four strings, is held between the knees, and has an extendible metal spike at the lower end, which acts as a support violin a bowed stringed instrument, the highest member of the violin family, consisting of a fingerboard, a hollow wooden body with. Guiro. Snare Drum. Tambourine. Tenor Drum. Timpani. Triangle. Wood Block. Xylophone. Flute.
An attractive, well-planned book that introduces the orchestra’s families (groups of like instruments) and its members. Orchestra. An orchestra is a large group of musicians playing together on various instruments. There could be 15 to instrumentalists, depending on the music to be played. The orchestra developed gradually from the court bands of the 17th century.
Instruments of the Orchestra. Every orchestra is different, but here are some instruments you’re likely to see. FIRST BOOK ABOUT THE ORCHESTRA book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Press the pictures of instruments and players to play /5.
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Instruments of the Orchestra (Book w/Four 33RPM Records) Paperback – December 1, by John Hosier (Author)5/5(1). The book is divided into two major parts: composers from Vivaldi to Bernstein and their associated musical periods, and the instruments of the orchestra.
There are interesting and sometimes humorous bits of information about the men, their music, and corresponding historical events. The last two pages introduce the by: 1.
The intent and general content of THE INSTRUMENTS OF THE ORCHESTRA is made abundantly clear by a perfectly self-explanatory title. But, as always, the devil is in the details and Jeremy Siepmann is a past master at providing stellar commentary when it comes to "high brow" music, musical criticism, musical instruction, theory and history/5.
An interactive CD-ROM is also included in this book. After the introduction the following material is covered on the types of instruments in a full orchestra. They include string instruments, the woodwinds, the brass, the percussion, which is the largest collection of musical instruments, and the keyboard musical instruments/5(38).
Review of Meet the Instruments of the Orchestra. by Rob Barnett. Published: 28 March This expressively colourful large format book is ideal for the curious - even slightly curious - youngster between the ages of say eight and fifteen.
It generously straddles. Robert Levine expertise in writing about classical music is clear in his beautiful childrens work, The Story of the Orchestra. instruments of the orchestra.
book The book introduces children to the instruments of the orchestra and includes an overview of the different periods of classical composition and brief but interesting biographies of notable composers of each era/5. An orchestra is a large group of musicians who play together on a variety of string, wind and percussion instruments.
Leading the group of musicians in the conductor. The instruments of the orchestra are organized into families: Strings – String Instruments use vibrating strings to make their sound.
The violin is an example of a string. This is an excellent introduction for my students (and staff) to learn about the instruments of the orchestra. The pictures are great. The interactive CD is wonderful.
But except for the Guide - Evelyn Glennie in this book and a few additional or slightly different words, this is 'Those Amazing Musical Instruments!' by the same author/5(24). Purchased this book as a pre-teaching tool in preparation for taking my Homeschool to the Symphony.
The book describes all the instruments with colorful illustrations. My children grades K-7 all enjoyed the book and it was exciting to hear them make connections at the event between book and practical experiential learning!/5(64).
Story of the Orchestra: Listen While You Learn About the Instruments, the Music and the Composers Who Wrote the Music. 96 by Robert Levine, Meredith Hamilton (Illustrator) Robert LevineBrand: Running Press Book Publishers.
Gr --This Canadian import begins with a discussion of music and its elements, and then scrutinizes the instruments of the orchestra by categories: the strings, the brass, the woodwinds. A great deal of information is offered in a straightforward, well-organized manner/5(4).
I N view of the rapidly increasing number of Symphony Orchestras throughout the country, and the consequent wide-spread interest in the better class of orchestral music, a demand has arisen among music-lovers and students for information concerning the instruments that constitute the modern symphony orchestra.
The purpose of this little book is to supply such information as is really needful. The flute is the highest sounding of the standard orchestra woodwind instruments (although the piccolo is higher).
It’s played played by blowing air across a hole in the mouthpiece. Because it’s higher in pitch, like the violin, it will often play the melody of a piece. This is The First Book about the Orchestra. There are sensors on each page that allows your child to listen to each instrument and how they all play.
Kids vocabulary - Musical Instruments - orchestra instrument - Learn English for kids - English educational video This "Kids Vocabulary" category has. In a symphony orchestra the instruments are divided up into four main sections or groups.
• Strings • Woodwind • Brass • Percussion The size of an orchestra can vary enormously from a small chamber orchestra which has between 15 and 40 players and a full symphony orchestra which can have as many as people. This free orchestra lapbook is a great introduction to the orchestra, music history, and instrument families.
The student will learn the types of instruments and about different periods in musical history. First Book About the Orchestra A musical book by Usborne Books & More that lets children explore the Orchestra and all of it's amazing instruments.
Hear the. We are the orchestra. We all play our many different instruments. The different sounds that our instruments make mix together to make our music. Our instruments are split into four groups called the strings, the woodwind, the brass and the percussion.
Our conductor leads us. We play as a team and make beautiful music. The Instruments of the Orchestra eBook is the third in this series. The eBook includes many great teaching tips for your instruments of the orchestra studies as well as links to fabulous freebies and paid products to make your life easier.
We appreciate your feedback. It guides us in our future endeavors as we create resources for your classroom.4/5(46). Music comes in a variety of forms – including classical orchestral music. An orchestra consists of many different kinds of instruments using different methods to make noise.
Here are some resources to help teach your kids about the orchestra. Lesson Plans Music Resources for Teachers by Arts Alive DSO Kids Lesson Plans by the Dallas Symphony Teach Your Kids About the Orchestra Read.'The Orchestra: A User's Manual' is a research project into instrumental techniques, the history and repertoire of the orchestra and, most importantly, into the minds and attitudes of musicians.
The research takes the form of structured and unstructured interviews, instrumental and orchestral recordings, historical discussion and musical analysis.THE ORCHESTRA An Orchestra is a large group of musicians who play instruments from the 4 main families.
(Strings, Woodwind, Brass, Percussion) Interactive story book about the families of instruments. Interactive Orchestras. Click on a family in the orchestra to learn more about it's instruments.
There's also a fun matching game you can play!