an organ is huge but not part of the orchestra is you want one in the orchestra then the piano
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The Concertmaster usually plays the violin when you are in orchestra. In band, it's usually oboe, clarinet, or flute.The leader of an orchestra plays the violin and sits at the front of the first violins, top right.
* If they play the violin, they are called a violinist * If they play the viola, they are called a violist * It they play the cello, they are called a cellist * If they play the bass, they are called a bassist
Double B-flat Tuba
A standard symphony orchestra can tune to three different members: the principal oboe, the concertmaster, or the solo pianist. The oboist is used to tune whenever there is an oboe in the orchestra, the concertmaster is used whenever there isn't an oboe, and the pianist/keyboardist will play the tuning note if he or she is the soloist for the evening.
Deeper than what? It's typical lowest note? If that's it, than yes, you just have to drop the tuning lower.
That depends entirely on which orchestra is in question.
It will depend on the tuning and size of the instrument. On the baritone size the lowest note is going to be the D string. On the GCEA tuned ukulele, it will be the C string.
First, the orchestra does not tune to an "A." It tunes to a "concert B flat." This is of course, is concert pitch, so it depends on the instrument playing it. "C" instruments play a "B flat," "B flat" instruments play a "C," "E flat" instruments play a "D flat" The instrument typically tuned to is either the oboe (C), bassoon (C), or, in the absence of these, the clarinet (B flat). The reason for this is because these instruments have the least variability in tuning when assembled.Typically, the orchestra tunes to the Oboe playing "A". Usually A-440. Zubin Mehta used to tune his orchestra's to A-448 which rendered a brighter tone overall.
The orchestra's concertmaster is the principal (1st chair) violin.
Yes it is called drop tuning. Drop tuning is used to play lower notes than you could normally play in standard tuning.
the woodwind instrument smells and the instrument that does not play in the orchestra is piano drums guitar violin and harp
A bassoon is a woodwind instrument often played in an orchestra. I play one!
The conductor may play any instrument, but seldom actually plays during a concert they are conducting. The Concert Master is typically the First Chair Violinist of the orchestra.