Phonic spelling of orchestra. A symphony orchestra is a large instrumental group consisting of string, brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments. A chamber orchestra is half the size but contains the same 4 types of instruments.
Usually 4: strings, woodwind, brass and percussion. http://www.orsymphony.org/edu/instruments/strings.aspx
The 4 main types of instruments and examples: Woodwind: clarinet Brass: tuba Percussion: Snare Drum String: Guitar
There are 4 Main categories of instruments.They are as followed (in no particular order):WoodwindStringsPercussionBrass
The four main sections of the classical orchestra are: 1. String 2. Woodwind 3. Percussion 4. Brass
They are four(4) categories of instruments in the orchestra.
The four main instruments if the traditional orchestra are: 1. Violin 2. Viola 3. Cello 4. Double bass (pronounced base)
Woodwind, brass, string, and percussion.
It can consists of 4 sections Strings, Woodwind, Brass and Percussion
The orchestra is divided into 4 "families" of instruments. Strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. String instruments include violins, violas, cellos, and double basses. Woodwind instruments include flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons. Brass instruments include trumpets, french horns, trombones, and tuba Percussion instruments include snare drum, bass drum, timpani, gong, triangle, tambourine, cymbals, xylophone, and chimes. Each family has it's own responsibility in creating the sound of the orchestra.
The four types of orchestra are strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion.
In an orchestra that has just strings, there's violin, viola, cello and bass. Sometimes the violin group is divided into 2 groups: 1st violin and 2nd violin. A symphony orchestra has a string section, a woodwind section, a brass section and a percussion section.
The modern symphony orchestra consists of four main sections: strings, woodwind, brass and percussion. The strings section is the largest one, comprising violins, violas, cellos and double basses. The woodwind section comprises flutes, oboes, clarinets and and bassoons (and possibly some additional instruments like English horn, oboe d'amore, saxophone or basset horn). The brass section includes French horns, trumpets, trombones and tubas (and also possibly a cornet in a large orchestra or, very rarely, a euphonium). The percussion section has a great variety of instruments. The most common would probably be timpani, snare drums, bells, cymbals, glockenspiel, triangle and tambourine. There are also some additional instruments that can be included in a large orchestra like harp, celesta, piano or organ. Those instruments do not belong to any particular section.
In an orchestra they are Trumpet Horn (Formally French Horn) Trombone Tuba In a Brass/Silver band Cornet Trombone Euphonium Tuba
Trumpets, french horns, trombones, and tubas.
the trumpet, the trumbone, the french horn and the tuba
Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, French Horn
The string instruments in an orchestra are classified according to their size. The smallest is violin and the largest is the double bass. The four classes are violin, viola, cello and double bass.
Everything but the Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass. These 4 instruments are the only string instruments in a orchestra.
Woodwind, strings, percussion and brass are the traditional 4 sections of an orchestra and modern orchestras would include a fifth section of 'keyboards'.
All four of the musical family groups are included in the orchestra. They are: 1) strings (violins, viola, cello, string bass and harp), 2) woodwind (flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon), 3) brass (trumpet, french horn, trombone, occasionally tuba) and 4) percussion (most commonly timpani, and other percussion instruments as the composer requires).
percussion eg. timpany, brass eg. trumpet, string eg. violin and woodwind eg. clarinet
There are 4 holes a woodwind flute has.
the violin has 4, and...well...um.........
a violin (this was done bye a ten yr old :-)) a Bass