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Renaissance Musical Instrument

.... The Cornett was made out of wood, though occasionally of ivory, but was known as a brass instrument because of the way it was played. ....

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An Overview of the PerformaMembers of the Brass Family

.... In the competing school, it was the intention of Stölzel and Bluhmel to perfect a fully chromatic brass instrument. Regardless ....

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.... tuba. It was shaped like a large "s.¢ Oddly, it was considered a brass instrument even though it was made out of wood. Edme Guillaume ....

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Baritone

.... The serpent had an undistinguished life, although some people still play it today, and was replaced in 1821 by a brass instrument, produced by a French company ....

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metropolitan instrument

.... Indeed, classified by continents and different region of the world, the categories of instrument presented are: wind instruments (brass, wood), string ....

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The history of the saxophone

.... He came upon the idea of having a conical brass instrument that produced a sound with a reed, like a clarinet. By 1840 he had built his first saxophones. ....

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The Night Of Jazz

.... to play first. The next instrument to follow was the trumpet until it was the only brass instrument playing. The band members seemed ....

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Music

.... What is counterpoint? What is the difference between tone and tone colour? How does a musician play a brass instrument? What is a theme? A motive? ....

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Analyse the ways that the director builds suspense and scare

.... with force and determination. The music gradually increases and a brass instrument plays over the deep cello. At the end of this ....

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Use of theTrumpet in Bachs Mass in B Minor

.... This opened a door for composers to utilize the brilliance and power of a brass instrument in the sa range as a soprano, and if used properly, it could add an ....

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Film Analysis of Citizan Kane

.... At the culmination of the speech we are given a very loud raucous band score that seems to have just about every brass instrument on earth in there. ....

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Medieval Instruments

.... A popular instrument of the brass family was known as the sackbut (see figure 5). The sackbut is the immediate predecessor of the modern trombone. ....

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Wind Instruments of the Renaissance

.... The Straight Cornett was a straight instrument but slightly tapered. It made a sound by buzzing the lips into the mouthpiece much like today's brass instruments ....

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Listening Assignments for brooklyn college 22

.... We can clearly hear the drums being played. There was only one instrument being played. .... Very harsh more like brass instruments. Perhaps a tuba or a timbre. ....

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How did the orchestra and the role of the instruments in it,

.... with the third player sometimes switching to a related instrument (for example, Cor Anglais, piccolo, double bassoon, bass clarinet). The brass section, in its ....

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20Th century Music

.... This is simply for one solo instrument and orchestra. The orchestra usually consisted of full strings, with no woodwind and brass. ....

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The guitar

.... guitars with six single strings appeared, 3 blowing the evolutionary lid off the instrument. .... Inlaid frets of brass or ivory replaced the tied on gut frets and ....

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Immortal Belovid Beethoven

.... modern is the incorporation of new instruments and advances in Instrument technology .... compare this to sections such as woodwind, percussion and brass there have ....

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Pedagogy Tips for the New Band Director

.... for a percussionist to teach a trumpet player, he or she must truly have an understanding of the instrument and an understanding of high brass pedagogy to even ....

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butterflies

.... 2C. A device in a brass wing instrument that permits change in pitch through rapid variation of the air column in a value. (noun ....

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Jaco Pastorious

.... Las Olas Brass was a nine-piece horn band that played well liked tunes by artists .... He was able to pick up an instrument and learn to play it regardless of what ....

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Louis Armstrong

.... introduced to playing a musical instrument. His teacher, Professor Pete Davis, first had reservations of letting Louis play in the school's brass band because ....

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Music

.... An instrument can be anything that produces musical sounds. There are seven classifications of instruments: woodwind, brass, strings, percussion, keyboards ....

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A short history of classical music

.... The brass section in particular did not posses the ability to play chromatically (in all .... the advent of valves, which allowed the length of the instrument to be ....

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Orchestra and It

.... Rome hadn't contributed much to the instrument evolution; they did however bring about some brass instruments which they used in battles to give signals to ....

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the history of jazz

.... instruments, including tenor sax, clarinet and practically every brass and woodwind .... The trumpet also became an important instrument in jazz, especially through ....

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Music Cultures

.... The brass section in particular did not posses the ability to play chromatically (in all .... the advent of valves which allowed the length of the instrument to be ....

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A Discussion on the roles of music in the film ‘BRASSED Off’

.... deathbed in hospital he is seen listening at night to brass band music .... demoralisation is perfectly exemplified by Andy's gambling away of his instrument on a ....

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a comparison of the baroque and modern flutes

.... of the transverse flute, but gradually, the flute became the more dominant instrument. .... The flute was still made of wood, with the keys being of brass. ....

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The Trumpet - A Delight for the Primal Senses

.... The brass shines like burnished gold, and spectators want to instinctively reach for .... Flowers and vases that mimic the sleek shape of the instrument are said to ....

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