How many violins in an orchestra?
it depends in every orchestra
It's spelled "violin," and a full orchestra has 30.
It all depends on the type of symphonyorchestra you are talking about and the time period of the symphony orchestra. Classical Orchestra - 12 violins Early Romantic Orchestra - 26 violins Late Romantic Orchestra - 32 violins Modern Orchestra - 30 violins by King Question plz write on my message board
It depends on the size of the orchestra. If you have a larger orchestra, there will be more 1st violins. If you have a smaller orchestra, there will be less 1st violins. Also, it depends on how the conductor decides to split the violins. The conductor may try to split the violins evenly or have one section of violins that is bigger than the other section(s) of violins.
Mozart composed for nearly every combination of instruments of that time. Examples are works for: piano and orchestra; orchestra; voice and orchestra; piano; string quartet (2 violins, a viola and a cello), string quintet (2 violins, 2 violas and a cello), piano and violin, clarinet and orchestra, flute and orchestra, and many, many others.
There are only four: the violin, the viola, the bass, and the cello. The bass is also called double bass. The harp is not in the string section but it is in the orchestra. The violins are typically divided into two sections called 1st violins and 2nd violins and separate musical parts are written for each section.
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When you look at the stage, the violins will occupy the left portion of the orchestra. The violas are situated in the middle of the orchestra while the cello is in the right part of the orchestra. The basses are situated behind the celloes and can stretch to where the violas are, if there is a good many basses in the orchestra.
Well, the stringed instruments in an orchestra are the violin, cello, viola, and bass. The violins are often broken up into two sections: first violins and second violins. A string orchestra is composed of these five sections (first violin, second violin, viola, cello, and bass), while a full orchestra is composed of all of the strings plus woodwinds, brass and percussion. I hope this answers your question.
In a Full Orchestra, usually about 32-40 in total, depending on the distribution of both the 1st and 2nd violins. Many full professional orchestras do 20 1st violins and 20 second violins, adding up to 40 violin to produce a full powerful sound. My youth orchestra does 16 per section, which adds up to 32 violins in total. On the other hand, some smaller orchestras (such as chamber ensembles) may only have less than 16…