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單簧管,中提琴,鋼片琴資料--英文

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    2006-11-30 16:29:00 補充:

    中提琴ViolaThe violas play long rising and falling phrases accompanied by woodwind and brass playing staccato chords.-It is a little larger than the violin,and has a more gentle and darker tune.-It is usually used as an accompanying instrument.

    2006-11-30 16:33:56 補充:

    單簧管ClarinetThis variation shows how agile the clarinet can be.-It is a very agile instrument.Quick passages,arpeggios and dynamic changes can be played very effectively on its wide compass.

    2006-11-30 16:34:47 補充:

    單簧管(下)Clarinet-The lowest part of its range has a hollow but rich sound.The middle part of the range is smooth.High up,the clarinet sounds rather sharp.

    2006-11-30 16:37:24 補充:

    鋼片琴GlockenspielThe Glockenspiel (German, "play of bells", also known as orchestra bells and, in its portable form, bell lyra or bell lyre) is a musical instrument in the percussion family.

    2006-11-30 16:37:58 補充:

    It is similar to the xylophone, in that it has tuned bars laid out in a fashion resembling a piano keyboard. The xylophone's bars are wooden, while the glockenspiel's are metal, thus making it a metallophone.

    2006-11-30 16:38:43 補充:

    The glockenspiel, moreover, is much smaller and higher in pitch. When used in a marching or military band, the bars are sometimes mounted in a portable case and held vertically. In orchestral use, the bars are mounted horizontally.

    2006-11-30 16:39:06 補充:

    A pair of hard mallets are generally used to strike the bars, although if laid out horizontally, a keyboard may be attached to the instrument to allow chords to be more easily played.

    2006-11-30 16:39:27 補充:

    The glockenspiel's range is limited to the upper register, and usually covers about two and a half to three octaves. In sheet music, the notes to be played by the glockenspiel are written two octaves lower than they will sound when played. When struck, the bars give a very pure, bell-like sound.

    2006-11-30 16:40:08 補充:

    One classical piece where such an instrument is used is Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (although that part is usually played by a celesta nowadays).

    2006-11-30 16:40:27 補充:

    A modern example of the glockenspeil is Steve Reich's 1974 composition Drumming, in which the glockenspiel becomes a major instrument in the 3rd and 4th movements.

    2006-11-30 16:41:25 補充:

    Modern pop uses include:Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" from the 1967 album Axis: Bold as Love Danny Federici's electronic glockenspiel has been a key part of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band sound from the 1970s to the present

    2006-11-30 16:41:46 補充:

    The Beatles' Only a Northern Song from the Yellow Submarine sountrack. The 1977 Brothers Johnson remake of Shuggie Otis' classic "Strawberry Letter 23" Rush drummer Neil Peart regularly used a glockenspiel as part of his percussion setup.

    2006-11-30 16:42:45 補充:

    Examples include the songs "Xanadu" on the album A Farewell to Kings, "Circumstances" and "La Villa Strangiato" on the album Hemispheres, "Witch Hunt" on Moving Pictures,

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  • 1 十年前

    鋼片琴(Celesta)

    The Celesta is a struck idiophone operated by a keyboard. The keys are connected to hammers which strike a graduated set of metal (usually steel) plates suspended over wooden resonators. There is a pedal to sustain or dampen the sound.

    The sound of the celesta is akin to that of the glockenspiel, but with a much softer timbre. This quality gave rise to the instrument's name, celeste meaning "heavenly" in French.

    The celesta is a transposing instrument, sounding one octave higher than written. The original French instrument had a five-octave range, but as the lowest octave was considered somewhat unsatisfactory, it was omitted from later models. Interestingly the standard French four-octave instrument is now gradually being replaced in symphony orchestras by a larger, five-octave German model. Although treated as a member of the percussion section in orchestral terms, it is usually played by a pianist, the part being normally written on two bracketed staves.

    History

    The celesta was invented in 1889 by the Parisian harmonium builder Auguste Mustel. Mustel's father, Victor Mustel, had developed the forerunner of the celesta, the typophone or the dulcitone, in 1860. This consisted of struck tuning-forks instead of metal plates, but the sound produced was considered too small to be of use in an orchestral situation.

    Pyotr Tchaikovsky is cited as the first to use this instrument in a symphonic work for full orchestra; it appears in his last symphonic poem The Voyevoda (premiered 1891)[1] and in passages from his last ballet The Nutcracker (1892) -- most notably the "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy." Ernest Chausson preceded him by employing the celesta in his incidental music for La tempête in 1888, written for a small orchestra.[2] Charles Widor had also used it in his ballet La Korrigane in 1880.[3]

    中提琴(Viola)。

    The viola (in French, alto; in German Bratsche) is a string instrument played with a bow which serves as the middle voice of the violin family, between the upper lines played by the violin and the lower lines played by the cello and double bass.

    The casual observer may mistake the viola for the violin because of their similarity in size, closeness in pitch range (a mere perfect fifth separates the two), and identical playing position (both rest on the left shoulder). However, the viola's timbre sets it apart: its rich sonority is more full-bodied than the violin's, dark-toned and earthy. The viola's mellow voice is frequently used for playing inner harmonies, and it does not enjoy the wide solo repertoire or fame of the violin.

    單簧管(Clarinet)。

    The clarinet is a musical instrument in the woodwind family. The name derives from adding the suffix -et meaning little to the Italian word clarino meaning a particular trumpet, as the first clarinets had a strident tone similar to that of a trumpet. The instrument has an approximately cylindrical bore, and uses a single reed. (See Characteristics of the instrument.)

    Clarinets actually comprise a family of instruments of differing sizes and pitches. It is the largest such instrument family, with more than two dozen types. Of these many are rare or obsolete, and music written for them is usually played on one of the more common size instruments. The unmodified word clarinet usually refers to the B♭ soprano, by far the most common clarinet. (See "Clarinet family").

    Since approximately 1850, clarinets have been nominally tuned according to 12-tone equal-temperament. Older clarinets were nominally tuned to meantone, and a skilled performer can use his or her embouchure to considerably alter the tuning of individual notes.

    A person who plays the clarinet is called a clarinetist, sometimes spelled "clarinettist".

  • 1 十年前

    I don't know English.I hope this information can help you.

    鋼片琴

    The Celesta (IPA [tʃəˈlɛstə]) is a struck idiophone operated by a keyboard. The keys are connected to hammers which strike a graduated set of metal (usually steel) plates suspended over wooden resonators. There is a pedal to sustain or dampen the sound.

    The sound of the celesta is akin to that of the glockenspiel, but with a much softer timbre. This quality gave rise to the instrument's name, celeste meaning "heavenly" in French.

    The celesta is a transposing instrument, sounding one octave higher than written. The original French instrument had a five-octave range, but as the lowest octave was considered somewhat unsatisfactory, it was omitted from later models. Interestingly the standard French four-octave instrument is now gradually being replaced in symphony orchestras by a larger, five-octave German model. Although treated as a member of the percussion section in orchestral terms, it is usually played by a pianist, the part being normally written on two bracketed staves

    中提琴

    The viola (in French, alto; in German Bratsche) is a string instrument played with a bow which serves as the middle voice of the violin family, between the upper lines played by the violin and the lower lines played by the cello and double bass.

    The casual observer may mistake the viola for the violin because of their similarity in size, closeness in pitch range (a mere perfect fifth separates the two), and identical playing position (both rest on the left shoulder). However, the viola's timbre sets it apart: its rich sonority is more full-bodied than the violin's, dark-toned and earthy. The viola's mellow voice is frequently used for playing inner harmonies, and it does not enjoy the wide solo repertoire or fame of the violin.

    單簧管

    The clarinet is a musical instrument in the woodwind family. The name derives from adding the suffix -et meaning little to the Italian word clarino meaning a particular trumpet, as the first clarinets had a strident tone similar to that of a trumpet. The instrument has an approximately cylindrical bore, and uses a single reed. (See Characteristics of the instrument.)

    Clarinets actually comprise a family of instruments of differing sizes and pitches. It is the largest such instrument family, with more than two dozen types. Of these many are rare or obsolete, and music written for them is usually played on one of the more common size instruments. The unmodified word clarinet usually refers to the B♭ soprano, by far the most common clarinet. (See "Clarinet family").

    Since approximately 1850, clarinets have been nominally tuned according to 12-tone equal-temperament. Older clarinets were nominally tuned to meantone, and a skilled performer can use his or her embouchure to considerably alter the tuning of individual notes.

    A person who plays the clarinet is called a clarinetist, sometimes spelled "clarinettist".

  • 1 十年前

    woodwind>strings

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  • 1 十年前

    單簧管 is woodwind instrument!!!

    中提琴 like volin!!!

    鋼片琴???

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