large musicians ensemble playing musical work dating mostly from xviii
century up to now.
Bass drum: the biggest drum of the set, it produces a deep low
Trumpet: brass instrument having 3 valves and producing up to
Trombone: brass instrument generally having a slide to produce
a variety of sounds.
Double bass: the largest instrument of the violins family, producing
the most bass notes.
Cymbals: metal discs that are hit with a mallet or stick, or
one on the other to produce a sound.
Tuba: instrument made of a curves tube ending with a bell, it
produces the most bass sounds of the brass family instruments.
Bassoon: conical double reed instrument of the oboe family.
Oboe: woodwind double reed instrument with a conical bore.
Cello: violin shaped instrument, larger than a violin, that is
placed upright between the knees to play.
Music stand: lectern that supports the score.
Viola: larger version of the violin producing notes of one octave
Second violin: support the melody of the first violin. Usually
plays the harmony.
First violin: plays the melody.
Recorder: instrument of which the sound is produced with a whistle
Clarinet: reed instrument with a large flared bell.Woodwind double
reed instrument with a conical bore.
French horn: conical brass instrument made with a tube coiled
in a circle and ending in a flared bell.
Piano: stringed instrument played with a keyboard that makes
hammers strike tuned strings to produce the sounds.
Harp: asymmetrical triangular instrument having different length
strings that are plucked to play.