300 Violin Orchestra sounds a lot like Lux Aeterna. Did 300 Violin Orchestra rip it off?
The oboe is used in every symphony orchestra just like a violin or viola.
It sounds like an instrument. It plays notes. It's a violin. Go look at violin solos.
Violin sholder rest are really important. You need it so you won't get a sore neck like my orchestra teacher @ school.
orchestra instruments, like a violin, because they aren't VERY loud. they're classical. (i know because i play the violin)
no.....it sounds more electric. That's like asking if an electrical guitar sounds like an acoustic. absolutly not! The regular violin can have more of a mellow, natural sound. With the electric violin you can get more of a modern sound. The electric violin is usually used in fiddle/bluegrass music. The regular violin is used in classical performances and orchestras. I personally do not play a electric violin because they sound so different. But you can… Read More
Chasing the Dream- Jamieson ft. Joell Ortiz Instrumental
no, it really sounds like a violin, but the song is played with an irish bagpipe (not scotish ones)
It sounds like you are referring to "rosin".
It sounds like a violin, only lower pitched.
It sounds like a cello, only higher pitched.
There are lots of violins and variations of the violin like the viola in an orchestra. It is also a good solo/duet instrument.
Hannah Schroeder (cello) Laura Musten (violin) other than that owl city can use Adam's mac and make violin-like sounds
well it happens to be your choice my choice is the violin it sounds better then the flute it has a soft sound loud sound high pitched sound to so it is your choice i like the violin so don't know if you like it.
The violin carried the melody. It was like the modern guitar in a rock band.
It sounds like it but probably not it's just a band I THINK
What is the instrument that kind of looks like a violin but sounds like a bad accordion and has a crank that the player turns?
That is a hurdy gurdy.
it sounds quite a lot like the violin its very powerful and stands out from other instruments it is easy to get the violin and viola mixed up!
It means to play lightly or jumping-like. You may want to search for a piece that has staccato in it and listen to what it sounds like. =)
The cello sounds similar to the other members of the violin family: that is, the violin, viola, and double bass. It has a lower tone than the violin and viola and a higher tone than the double bass, but still sounds similar. It is especially similar to the double bass because they are both bass instruments.
It sounds like it needs tuning like a fine violin needs tuning to play a beautiful tune
Because unlike winds and brass in which there is a set number of parts, i.e. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trumpet, the 1st and 2nd violin parts only very generally convey the composer's means, and most composers will say a large or small string section depending on what they have in mind, but composers rarely have a set number of string parts in their head, as opposed to winds or brass because violins don't carry as… Read More
the guitar double bass sounds like this ``wiuwiuwiiii`` is just my opinion It's the lowest pitched bowed instrument in the modern orchestra, so the sound is pretty low. It is an octave lower then the middle C making it the lowest sound in the violin family (it's three octaves lower then the cello) I'm not sure if that helps but....
It is a viola. It looks and is played like a violin. However, it is larger, and it has the same strings as the cello. C, G, D, and A. C is the lowest and it is a string a violin does not have, and A is the highest. It has lower pitches than the violin, but it is generally higher than a cello. It can be played low like a cello and high like… Read More
The violin has sound characteristics that approximate the range and complexity of a human voice. However, a violin does not sound at all like the human voice. The only instrument that can mimic human speech patterns is the harp.
I went last night and think it must be fake. It sounds like listening to a cd, no imperfections what so ever. Furthermore, is it really possible to play the violin while head banging? I can't be certain... does anyone else with more musical knowledge know?
There are two Trans-Siberian Orchestra songs on their most recent album, The Night Castle, that feature a helicopter. The first is Toccata and the second is Moonlight and Madness.
Answer The cello was invented as a very large version of the violin, back in the 1500s. About a hundred years later, a violin maker named Antonio Stradivari started making cellos that stood upright, like the modern cello. You can hear cellos in small groups like the string quartet, as well as in the orchestra.
If You bow the strings more vigorously and press harder on them with the bow the violin will make a rather nasty, harsh sound. This is not considered to be good for people's, ears, and does not do the violin a lot of good. The violin, when played lightly produces sweeter and more melodious sounds which are supposed to be like the human singing voice.
Before you begin to learn a song on the violin it is a good idea to get some music. You may also want to purchase or use the internet to listen to a recording of the song so you know what it sounds like.
A viola is a wonderful instrument used in the orchestra. Now Violin's get the higher parts in the song yet the Viola play the deeper darker pieces because a viola has a low C string and Violins have an high E string. I personally think the violin sounds like a dying cat so there you go sorry if not the answer you are looking for:)
;)The cello was invented as a very large version of the violin, back in the 1500s. About a hundred years later, a violin maker named Antonio Stradivari started making cellos that stood upright, like the modern cello. You can hear cellos in small groups like the string quartet, as well as in the orchestra:0
Well I'm guessing normal orchestra instruments like the voila, violin, cello, and bass. maybe things like clarinets, but I don't know much. Laura Ingalls Wilders' dad played a fiddle tune for them every night on his violin, but I forgot what era she and her family lived in.
Violin are look like an musical instrument.
Sounds like a banjo, acoustic guitar, violin, steel guitar, drums, and bass.
A violin stupid!
You use the bow (the stick thing) and pull it over the strings just like any other orchestra string instrument
Love Is Like a Violin was created in 1985.
what does a symphony orchestra look like
Just like my teacher says. You are suppose to treat your violin bow and violin like a new born puppy.
The violin is like the cello by the violin makes the exact same sound as the cello. The strings are also fifths apart.
yeah there's umm a machine that u hook a vio up too and it amplafies and it also like mixes it up
No, its a rock band if you live in the san frenando valley like me then Join the CSUN orchestra, or go to Van nuys hs and go to 5th period music.
Like about one. If the orchestra is really big about 2 Like about one. If the orchestra is really big about 2
Just find any orchestral recording and listen to it yourself! Don't ask without thinking!! The violin is usually for melody and is meant for high pitch and mood determination. It usually has one of the major parts in the music. the first violin plays the highest part, and the second violin usually plays the same or around the same as a viola. Melody and Harmony usually switch off. it varies according to what song you… Read More
You would be able to play the electric violin just fine with Acoustic Violin skills. The only thing is that the electric violin might take some getting used to as it has a different fell from the acoustic. First you would have to actually buy a violin to see what it sounds like. Then you would also have to buy an electric one. Then you compare and contrast. Theres your answer! ~Hope this was helpful… Read More
Inna - Amazing ? I believe the song it sounds like i lambada????????? Let me know I think that "Master Tempo feat. Xristina Koletsa - "Pio kala" sounds a LOT like Stereo Love, at least the accordion part! Not sure if it's popular outside of Greece, but maybe it's the song you're looking for.
Erhu is not suitable in the orchestra, because it only has 2 strings, and symphony compsitions for the violin are usually going beyond the 2 strings that the erhu has, which is middle D and A. The other reason may be, the materials used to make the erhu: the bow of the erhu is made of horsetail, and the soundbox of the instrument is made of snake skin. Therefore, it makes the 'voice' of the… Read More
How do you play Mario on the violin ?i want easy not like BAM.?
Here is a simplified answer. In the modern orchestra, there are basically four sections that look like this: Strings = Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass Woodwinds = Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon Brass = Trumpet, French horn, Trombone, Tuba; and Percussion = Timpani, Snare drum, Bass drum, Cymbals, etc.
Traditionally, the Concertmaster (usually the first chair violinist) tunes his violin to a known standard pitch like A-440 and then the other orchestral instruments tune to his or her pitch. Sometimes, an oboist provides the pitch tone for tuning. The oboe is used more frequently because its sound penetrates easier to all players of the orchestra.