o C Jam Blues 1942 by Duke Ellington His Famous Orchestra 2 Performing Media

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oC-Jam Blues (1942) by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra2. Performing Media: Voices and InstrumentsVoices: classification of voice ranges for women and men (highest to lowest) oSoprano oMezzo soprano
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oAltooTenoroBaritoneoBassMusical instrumentsoStringViolinViola Cello Double bass (bass) oWoodwind Flute family: piccolo and fluteClarinet family: clarinet and bass clarinetOboe family: oboe and English hornBassoon family: bassoon and contrabassoonoBrassTrumpetFrench horn (horn) TromboneTubaoPercussionDefinite pitchTimpaniGlockenspielXylophoneIndefinite pitch Snare drumBass drumTambourineTriangleCymbalsoKeyboardHarpsichordPipe organPiano Invented around 1700 and mechanically perfected by the 1850s88 keys (more than 7 octaves) and 2 or 3 pedals Exceptionally versatile oElectronic Modern symphony orchestras contain string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments Conductor – most powerful person in orchestra Concert master – best violin player in the orchestra Listening ExampleoThe Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34 (1946), by Benjamin Britten
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