I would say flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, and oboe, but I'm not sure.
There are four main orchestral woodwind instruments: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon. There are also auxiliary woodwinds such as the Cor Anglais, Piccolo, Bass Clarinet and Contrabassoon.
woodwind, brass, strings, percussion
The main orchestral percussion instruments are: Timpani (kettledrums), cymbals, bass drum, snare drum, (and to a lesser extent) gong, and various keyboard instruments.
Traditionally woodwind instruments were all made out of wood obviously! Oboes, clarinets, bassoons and cor anglais' are all still made out of wood but other instruments in the 'woodwind' family (flutes, saxophones, piccolos) are now made out of metal so are considered near relations to the 'main' woodwind instruments.
flute, oboe, clarinet, and the Bassoon.
The main one is the saxophone, due to the fact that standard orchestral instrumentation was developed before the sax was invented.
There are 4 Main categories of instruments.They are as followed (in no particular order):WoodwindStringsPercussionBrass
The main woodwind instruments are (high to low): Piccolo, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Contra-Bassoon. There are others however, such as all the saxophones and the recorder.
Strings, Woodwind, Brass, Percussion * Strings - Guitar, Violin, Cello * Woodwind - Clarinet, Flute, Recorder * Brass - Trumpet, Tuba, Trombone * Percussion - Drums, Piano, Xylophone. Cheers
The 4 main types of instruments and examples: Woodwind: clarinet Brass: tuba Percussion: Snare Drum String: Guitar
Vibraphones - they are not an 'orchestral group' or instrumental family of any sort - they are merely instruments in the percussion group.
The four orchestral familes are percussion, brass, strings and woodwinds. However, this is not the true order because persussion instruments do not always have a defined pitch, and they could be in any pitch range. The other three families, brass, string and woodwinds, can be placed in pitch order:Woodwinds (main and related)BrassStrings
The four main ones are flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon. Some additional woodwinds include piccolo, English horn, E-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, and contrabassoon.
The four main woodwinds are the flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon. Some pieces have additional parts for piccolo, English horn, E-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, and contrabassoon.
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Oboe, Bassoon are the main ones.Also included in this are English horn, Heckelphones, Shawms, Sackbutts, and other medieval instruments.
A long time ago, woodwind instruments were made of... well... wood! Now, they could be made of silver, gold, and bronze.
All instruments in the woodwind family are important. The most popular are flute, clarinet, and alto sax. These usually have the melody. The oboe, bassoon, tenor sax, bass clarinet, and bari sax are not as popular but are important. The oboe might have a part of the melody, but sometimes it doesn't. I play the oboe and for one of my band songs i rest for 30 of the 50 measures. bassoon, tenor sax, bari sax, and bass clarinet hav the bass line. so all the woodwind family is important.
Flute, oboe, clarinet , bass clarinet and bassoon. Often, English horns and piccolo are also included.
Saxophone- soprano, alto, tenor, baritone; Clarinet- Bb, bass, alto; Flute- piccolo; Oboe; Bassoon
The bassoon is also a double reed instrument. The main woodwinds in an orchestra are the flute, clarinet, oboe, and the bassoon. The first two are of course not double reeds. There is also the English Horn (cor anglais) that is a double reeded woodwind instrument, but isn't in all orchestral music.
the main types of orchestral percussion are the marimba, snare drum, and timpani, but cymbals, gongs, chimes and other various percussion instruments can be used.
The four main sections of the classical orchestra are: 1. String 2. Woodwind 3. Percussion 4. Brass