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Quiz "Instruments in a full orchestra"

Instruments in a full orchestra

a bowed stringed instrument, the highest member of the violin family, consisting of a fingerboard, a hollow wooden body with waisted sides, and a sounding board connected to the back by means of a soundpost that also supports the bridge. It has two f-shaped sound holes cut in the belly. The instrument, noted for its fine and flexible tone, is the most important of the stringed instruments. It is held under the chin when played. Range: roughly three and a half octaves upwards from G below middle C

Instruments in a full orchestra

A snare drum is a small drum used in orchestras and bands. Snare drums are usually played with wooden sticks, and make a continuous sound.

Instruments in a full orchestra

a percussion instrument of indefinite pitch, consisting of a metal platelike disc struck with a soft-headed drumstick

Instruments in a full orchestra

the largest instrument in the oboe family, pitched an octave below the bassoon; double bassoon

Instruments in a full orchestra

a percussion instrument consisting of a set of wooden bars of graduated length. It is played with hard-headed hammers
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