我想問糸關於orchestra既資料 {10點} 急

我要1d關於orchestra既介紹

例如:樂器既簡紹....等等

同埋我想問precussion instruments 有d樂器糸有Definite Pitch

咁請問咩糸Definite Pitch?

THX

D資料最好糸英文

中文都冇咩所謂

有可以解答我既問題既答案就得

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  • 1 十年前
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    Opera is a form of theatre in which the drama is conveyed wholly or predominantly through music and singing. Opera emerged in Italy around the year 1600 and is generally associated with the Western classical music tradition. Opera uses many of the elements of spoken theatre such as scenery, costumes, and acting. Generally, however, opera is distinguished from other dramatic forms by the importance of song and conventions of vocal technique. The singers are accompanied by a musical ensemble ranging from a small instrumental ensemble to a full symphonic orchestra. Opera may also incorporate dance; this was especially true of French opera for much of its history.

    Comparable art forms from various other parts of the world, many of them ancient in origin, exist and are also sometimes called "opera" by analogy, usually prefaced with an adjective indicating the region (for example, Chinese opera). These independent traditions are not derivative of Western opera, but are rather distinct forms of musical theatre. Opera is also not the only type of Western musical theatre: in the ancient world, Greek drama featured singing and instrumental accompaniment; and in modern times, other forms such as the musical have appeared.

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  • 唔係啩?問 Orchestra 答 Opera 都可以做到最佳答案??究竟有無睇清楚架?!

  • 1 十年前

    Orchestra

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    The Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra

    An orchestra is an instrumental ensemble, usually fairly large with string, brass, woodwind and percussion section. The term orchestra derives from the name for the area in front of an ancient Greek stage reserved for the Greek chorus. The orchestra grew by accretion throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but changed very little in composition during the course of the twentieth century.

    A smaller orchestra (of about forty players or less) is called a chamber orchestra.

    A full size orchestra (about 100 players) may sometimes be called a "symphony orchestra" or "philharmonic orchestra"; these prefixes do not necessarily indicate any strict difference in either the instrumental constitution or role of the orchestra, but can be useful to distinguish different ensembles based in the same city (for instance, the London Symphony Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra). A symphony orchestra will usually have over eighty musicians on its roster, in some cases over a hundred, but the actual number of musicians employed in a particular performance may vary according to the work being played, and the size of the venue. A leading chamber orchestra might employ as many as fifty members; some are much smaller than that.

    Instrumentation

    The typical symphony orchestra consists of four proportionate groups of similar musical instruments, generally appearing in the musical score in the following order (with proportions indicated):

    Woodwinds: piccolo, 2 flutes*, 2 oboes*, English horn, 2 clarinets*, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons*, contrabassoon

    Brass: 2* to 8 French horns*, 2* to 5 trumpets*, 2 to 3 trombones, 1 to 2 bass trombones, tuba

    Percussion: timpani*, snare drum, bass drum, cymbals, triangle, celesta, etc.

    Strings: harp(s), 16 to 30 violins*, 8 to 12 violas*, 8 to 12 violoncellos*, and 5 to 8 double basses*.

    Occasionally, an orchestra will feature notable wind ensemble instruments, such as the euphonium, the saxophone, the alto clarinet, and the baritone horn.

    Instruments marked with an asterisk are considered the "core" symphonic instruments, and only in rarest of cases are not called for in most symphonic literature. Other instruments listed above are considered "auxiliary" instruments and are less frequently required, but still referred to as "standard". Late 19th-century symphonic works calling for all the auxiliary instruments, as well as a large number of strings, usually include the phrase "for large orchestra" in their full titles. Example: Richard Strauss' Ein Heldenleben.

    Definite Pitch and Indefinite Pitch

    The percussion instruments can be divided into two categories: definite pitch and indefinite pitch. A melody can be played on the percussion instruments with definite pitch like Timpani, Celestra, xylophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone, tubular bells etc.

    However, no melodies can be played on instruments with indefinite pitch like bass drum, side drum, cymbal, gong,triangle, tambourine, castanets etc. Indefinite pitch instruments often have parts written on single lines. However, a stave is sometimes used.

    資料來源: wikipedia ; In preparation for the theory exam
  • 1 十年前

    ORCHESTRA

    An orchestra is an instrumental ensemble, usually fairly large with string, brass, woodwind sections, and possibly a percussion section as well. The term orchestra derives from the name for the area in front of an ancient Greek stage reserved for the Greek chorus. The orchestra grew by accretion throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but changed very little in composition during the course of the twentieth century.

    A smaller orchestra (of about forty players or less) is called a chamber orchestra.

    A full size orchestra (about 100 players) may sometimes be called a "symphony orchestra" or "philharmonic orchestra"; these prefixes do not necessarily indicate any strict difference in either the instrumental constitution or role of the orchestra, but can be useful to distinguish different ensembles based in the same city (for instance, the London Symphony Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra). A symphony orchestra will usually have over eighty musicians on its roster, in some cases over a hundred, but the actual number of musicians employed in a particular performance may vary according to the work being played, and the size of the venue. A leading chamber orchestra might employ as many as fifty members; some are much smaller than that.

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    樂器:

    Woodwinds: piccolo, flutes, oboes, English horn, clarinets, bass clarinet, bassoons, contrabassoon

    Brass: French horns, trumpets, trombones, bass trombones, tuba

    Percussion: timpani, snare drum, bass drum, cymbals, triangle, celesta, piano, etc.

    Strings: harp, violins, violas, violoncellos, double basses.

    資料來源: WIKI
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