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What do you call the beginning of an orchestral piece?

In an opera, the beginning of an orchestral piece is called an overture. Other orchestral performances don't have a special name for the beginning.

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Boléro, which premiered in 1928.

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In music, a movement is a piece within a larger piece.

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an arrangementAlso known as a "transcription".

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"Haggis In Moonlight" by Richard E. Spendheimer

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Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov wrote the famous four-movement orchestral piece. Maurice Ravel wrote a set of three exotic songs for soprano and orchestra.

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The Overture ... an introduction to an extended work.

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Typically an overture is a one-movement orchestral piece written either as the prelude to an opera or musical play or as a stand-alone symphonic piece, frequently illustrating a literary theme or story, such as Tchaikovsky's Fantasy-Overture, Romeo and Juliet.

What was the name of the first orchestral piece that Mozart conducted in the movie?

serenade for winds "gran partita"

Is there a famous orchestral piece that sounds like Sing Sweet Nightingale from Cinderella?

Yes,the theme of Dvořák's 2nd Movement of the New World Symphony comes very close to the melody of Sing Sweet Nightingale.

What is Orchestral piece at the beginning of an opera?

It's called the "Overture". It originally applied to only the orchestral introduction to an opera, but later composers used the term to refer to independent instrumental works.

What is a tone poem?

A symphonic poem or tone poem is a piece of orchestral music in a single continuous section (a movement) in which the content of a poem, a story or novel, a painting, a landscape or another (non-musical) source is illustrated or evoked.

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No, Fur Elise was originally composed for solo piano. This piece may have been arranged for the orchestra by other composers.

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