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What is an orchestra?

An orchestra is a group of musicians playing together. This group  usually consists of strings, percussion, woodwind and brass  instruments, but there can be other instrumen (MORE)

What is the parts of a orchestra?

The orchestra is divided into 4 "families" of instruments. Strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion.   String instruments include violins, violas, cellos, and double basse (MORE)
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Where is the trumpet in the orchestra?

The trumpet could be seen as the driving force of the orchestra. It is used to provide louder, fuller, and more accented sounds to the group as a whole. It is also a common so (MORE)

How can you get in a Broadway orchestra?

You have to have a masters degree in music and you have to be well recognized in the music world. They orchestra conductors call you, you don't audition. They have to call you (MORE)

What is the oldest orchestra?

  Answer   The oldest orchestra in the European (classical) musical tradition is the Royal Danish Orchestra - known as "Det Kongelige Kapel" or "The Royal Chapel" in (MORE)

What are the oldest orchestras?

  Of the modern orchestras - Liverpool Philharmonic 1840 - Vienna Philharmonic 1842 - New York Philharmonic 1842 - Halle 1858.
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What is a concert orchestra?

A concert orchestra is a group of musicians who play violin, viola,  cello, and bass. This group also has instrumentals such as those  who play flute, clarinet, oboe, and ba (MORE)
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Why is the trumpet in the orchestra?

The trumpet is a standard component of the brass section of an orchestra; the classical orchestra has two trumpets (no fixed key), the modern orchestra has three, keyed in C. (MORE)