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Timbre-Elementary

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on 21 September 2015

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Transcript of Timbre-Elementary

Timbre
Voice
Woodwinds
Brass
Percussion
The voice creates sound by air passing through the vocal folds.
Instruments and voices create sound by causing the air to vibrate in different ways. The way they make the vibrations is why they sound different.
Strings
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Bass
The highest female voice.
The lowest female voice.
The highest male voice.
The lowest male voice.
Flute
Clarinet
Double Reeds
Saxophone
Woodwinds create sound in one of two ways: 1- reeds vibrating. 2- air being blown over a tone hole (Flute, Piccolo)
The highest woodwind instrument.
Creates sound by air being blown over
a tone hole.
Uses a ligature to hold the reed on the mouthpiece. It is made from a special type of wood, grenadillo
The most well known woodwind instrument. Only woodwind that is not in the orchestra. Made of brass but creates sound by using a reed.
These instruments create sound by two reeds vibrating together.
Reeds are made form reed cane and is paper thin at the end.
Oboe
Bassoon
Has a nasally but delicate sound. It is usually compared to a duck, especially a beginners sound.
The double reed is attached to the instrument by a bent piece of metal called a bocal.
Uses a ligature to hold the reed on the mouthpiece. It is made from a special type of wood, grenadillo
Trumpet
French horn
Trombone
Baritone/Euphonium
Tuba
Violin
Viola
Cello
Double Bass
Harp
Orchestra
Strings
Folk Song
Guitar
Banjo
Mandolin
All together
Scrape
Shake
Strike
All Together
All Together
All Together
Brass instruments create sound by a person buzzing in a mouth piece. All brass instruments are made from brass.
The highest and smallest member of the brass family.
The only member of the brass family who's bell faces behind the player.
The only brass instrument that changes pitches by using a slide.
Looks like a tuba that has been shrunk.
The lowest and the biggest member of the brass family
Percussion instruments and anything that creates sound by either being struck, shook, or scraped.
Drums
There are two main categories of percussion instruments: 1-Pitched that have multiple pitches and can play a melody or harmony.
2-Nonpitched that have only one pitch and cannot play a melody or harmony.
Mallets
Timpani
Marching Brass
Marching Percussion
These instruments look like a piano's keyboard and are played with either two or four mallets.
Shekere
Hand Bells
Cabasa
Guiro
Strings instruments create by either plucking the strings with your finger or by a bow being pulled or pushed over the strings.
The highest and the smallest member of the string family in the orchestra. It is also considered the soprano voice of the string family.
Looks very similar to the violin only it is bigger. It is considered the alto voice of the string family.
Again looks very similar to the violin on it is bigger and has to played sitting and with a metal peg in the bottom of the instrument. It is considered the tenor voice of the string family.
The largest and the lowest member of the string family. You must stand up to pay this instrument.
The harp is similar to the piano except that it is played by a person plucking the strings and it sits upright.
Has 6 stings unlike the string instruments of the orchestra that have 4. Guitars can be either acoustic or electric. It can be used in many different styles of music.
Can have either 4 or 5 strings and a round bass. Very common in blue grass music.
Has 8 strings. It is typically heard in Italy and Medieval music. However, it is popular in bluegrass and country music.
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