This site is 100% ad supported. Please add an exception to adblock for this site.

Orchestration Final

Terms

undefined, object
copy deck
Play with the bow very near the bridge
sul ponticello
tuning a string to a non-standard tuning
scordatura
with the wood of the bow
col legno
bowing in which the performer slightly separates the notes on the same bow direction
loure
with mute
con sordino
bowing in which the performer throws the bow at the string, resulting in a bounce that produces two to six rapid pitches
jete
play with the bow over the fingerboard
sul tasto
Violin Open Strings
G D A E
Viola Open Strings
CGDA
Cello Open Strings
Cello
Bass Open Strings
E A D G
Which of these stringed instruments are transposing instruments sounding an octave lower
Bass and Guitar
Two common methods of extending the normal range of a double bass down to written c2
Bass Extension or Extra c string
String Sticcato
on the string
String spiccato
Off the string
harp pedal
D C B | E F G A

Flat up Sharp Down

Flute Family Range
C4-C7
Oboe Range
Bb4-G6
Clarinets Range
E3-F6
Bassoon Range
Bb2-Eb5
Bb Transposing intruments sounds
A major 2nd down
Clarinet in A is written
minor 3 above
Cylindrical Wood Winds
Flute, Clarinet
Conical Wood WInds
Oboe, Saxophone, Bassoon
One woodwind that sounds an octave above
Piccolo
One woodwind that sounds an octave lower than written
Contra Bassoon
Which Instrument does not over-blow at the octave?
The Clarinet P12 above
Dynamic capabilities of the high register for the oboe
Weak towards the very top
High register of the oboe
Honks much louder
HIgh register of the flute
Shirll brilliant
Low register of the flute
quite airy and weak but lucious
3 ranges of the clarinet
Chalemeau, throat tones, Clarino, altissimo
Technique for woodwind players to play very fast passages alternating between syllable teh keh
Double Tounge
multiphonics
Technique for woodwind players to play more than one pitch simultaneously
articulation for woodwind and brass players similar to tremolo
flutter tongue
the term used between Bb and B natural on the clarinet, from no keys depressed to all keys depressed.
the break
Horn Range
E2-C6
Trumpet Range
G#3-C7
Tenor Trombone Range
E2-altoBb above staff
Bass Trombone
Bb2-Alto Bb
Tuba Range
5 lines below bass- 3 lines above
miniature tuba
Eupohonium
Means "Brassy"
Cuivre
Tubing that changes the fundamental pitch of the natural horn
Crook
Instrument resembling a metal bassoon
Ophicleide
Mute originating in jazz
Harmon Mute
Instrument with similar construction to and range of trumpet
Cornet
most typical type of brass mute
Straight
The fourth valve of a tube does what
Lower note a p4
2/3 cylindrical and 1/3 conical
trumpet trombone
1/3 cylindrical 2/3 conical
horn tuba
New bass clef notation for the horn
show the part and octave above

Deck Info

52

prssgman23

permalink