Noun(1) a musical organization consisting of a group of instrumentalists including string players(2) seating on the main floor in a theater
(1) SandstrÔö£├ém uses a large orchestra , including many percussion instruments and an organ.(2) The competition is open to all brass players under the age of 21, of Grade 8 or equivalent standard, who play regularly with a brass or wind band or orchestra .(3) Calfe also is active in her high school marching, concert and jazz bands, orchestra and percussion ensemble.(4) jazz orchestra(5) The result is not the sound of a piano but the sound of a whole percussion orchestra .(6) The orchestra 's brass section will open each concert with A Fanfare For The Ancient Kingdom, a piece composed in conjunction with local schools.(7) The first half of the programme will consist of the choir and orchestra performing Schubert's Mass in G, for which they will be joined by soprano Evelyn Nicholson.(8) Born in China, Jennifer is a member of the Columbus Symphony Cadet orchestra and is principal flutist at Jones Middle School.(9) It is as if the string section of the orchestra suddenly decided to play its own music, disregarding everyone else.(10) He also studied the violin with Felix Niolan, concert-master of the OpÔö£┬«ra orchestra .(11) An exceptional feature of the theatre is the fact that a small stream was channelled through the space between the orchestra and the back of the proscenium.(12) As the dark tones of the opening gave way to the big tunes and the triumphant outbursts of brass and percussion the orchestra sounded confident and technically in control of Dvorak's patriotic music.(13) With a thriving orchestra , wind-band, ensembles and choirs, and a full range of instrument lessons on offer, music is well represented in the school.(14) They are joined by anything from sweeping strings to a full orchestra with brass and a mass of subtle percussion.(15) The brass section of an orchestra typically consists of trumpets, horns, trombones, and tubas.(16) The scoring is for a simple classical orchestra , strings, double woodwind, four horns and two trumpets.
(1) orchestra pit :: чоҳ оркестр
1. orchestra ::
Different Formsorchestra, orchestras, orchestration, orchestrations
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