1-22-10 - Bass Percussion(two types Indefinite Pitch...

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Music Appreciation, 1/22/10 -Know concert report information and concert etiquette. -HINT: When listening to Britten ‘A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra’: Listen only the first time Then, listen again and slowly pick some areas “a part.” -Performing media—what makes the sound? *Voice Types Strings Woodwinds Brass(winds) Soprano *(piano) Flute (piccolo) Trumpet Mezzo Soprano Violin Oboe French Horn Alto Viola *(Saxophone) Trombone Counter Tenor Cello Clarinet Tuba* Tenor Double Bass Bassoon Baritone Upright Bass
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Unformatted text preview: Bass Percussion (two types) Indefinite Pitch Definite Pitch Drums (snare and bass) *piano Gong xylophone/marimba Cymbals timpani (kettledrums) Triangle glockenspiel Tambourine celesta/chimes-The piano is considered a string instrument because of the strings inside it, but also a percussion instrument because you hit the keys.-Saxophones are not used orchestrally, but are good for jazz based pieces.-John Phillip Sousa created a marching tuba called the Sousaphone....
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2010 for the course MUS 1030-1 taught by Professor Macintosh during the Spring '10 term at Austin Peay.

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