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Various - Orchestral Music Instruments mp3 album Performer: Various
Album: Orchestral Music Instruments
Released: 1964
Style: Classical, Romantic
Size MP3: 1626 mb.
Size FLAC: 1821 mb.
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Non-Orchestral Instruments. Some instruments are hardly ever used in symphony orchestras but are common elsewhere. Orchestras, just like musical styles, evolve over time, and the instruments in a symphony orchestra fit the type of music written for them. The symphony orchestra is not the only type of orchestra, and orchestras are not the only kind of big musical groupings. Other types of bands contain other instruments, and play a different style of music. The Concert Band or Concert Orchestra usually plays more light-hearted, popular music than a symphony orchestra.

Orchestral music is written in the form of a score, which shows the notes that are played by each instrument. Every musician only sees the notes that he or she plays. The conductor stands in front of the orchestra and directs the musicians. An orchestra can have up to 20 kinds of different instruments. Large symphony orchestras can have a hundred musicians. Smaller ones like chamber orchestras have between 5 and 40 players.

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Orchestral music originated in the late 16th century stage spectacles and 17th century opera orchestras. The word "orchestra" came into common use in the 18th century, when music of the Baroque and Classical eras often was composed for specific occasions. Incidental music to accompany plays was also important in the Classical and early Romantic eras. Liszt pioneered the tone poem or symphonic poem. Orchestral dances like "On the. Orchestral Album Highlights.

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Although applied to various ensembles found in Western and non-Western music, orchestra in an unqualified sense usually refers to the typical Western music ensemble of bowed stringed instruments complemented by wind and percussion. This article was most recently revised and updated by Alison Eldridge, Digital Content Manager. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: Western music: Orchestral music. Reaching both a culmination and a turning point in the nine symphonies of Beethoven, orchestral music developed in two directions during the 19th century. On the one hand were composers who, because of their training and temperament, adhered primarily to Classical forms an. ind instrument: The Romantic period.

Featuring a staggering array of orchestral instruments that includes strings, brasses, woodwinds, and percussion, this Kontakt library’s 2. GB of hi-res content will take up a good chunk of your hard drive. Small wonder then that 8DIO claims it to be the largest symphony orchestra ever sampled. If you’re a music producer or composer, at some point you’ll have to use some amount of orchestral instruments in your music. This can range from high energy brass sections in a trap beat, to strings in a pop or world track. But there are lots of orchestral libraries out there. The various instruments are conveniently pre-grouped, so all you need to do is select the ensemble you want and start playing. And with most orchestra sections well represented, fleshing out full arrangements is easier than ever.

Overview (current section). An orchestra is a sizable instrumental ensemble that contains sections of string, brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments. Endless Melancholy 2,456 listeners. Endless Melancholy 2,080 listeners.

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A1.1 Břetislav Novotný Violin
Violin – Břetislav Novotný
A1.2 Jiří Novák Concerto In D Major For Violin And Orchestra
Composed By – Niccolo Paganini*Conductor – Václav SmetáčekViolin – Jiří Novák
A1.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Scheherazade (3rd Part)
Composed By – Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovConductor – Zdeněk ChalabalaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
A2.1 Hubert Šimáček Viola
Viola – Hubert Šimáček
A2.2 Ladislav Černý Harold In Italy (1st Part)
Composed By – Hector BerliozConductor – Václav JiráčekOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*Viola – Ladislav Černý
A2.3 Prague Symphony Orchestra* Le Coq D'Or (3rd Part)
Composed By – Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovConductor – Václav SmetáčekOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
A3.1 Zdeněk Koníček Violoncello
Cello – Zdeněk Koníček
A3.2 Mstislav Rostropovich [Unknown Title]
Cello – Mstislav RostropovichComposed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
A3.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Overture To William Tell
Composed By – Gioacchino RossiniConductor – Karel AnčerlOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
A4.1 František Pošta Double-Bass
Double Bass – František Pošta
A4.2 František Pošta And Jaroslav Maštalíř The Elephant (Carnival Of Animals)
Composed By – Camille Saint-Saěns*Double Bass – František Pošta, Jaroslav Maštalíř
A4.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 9 In E Minor "From The New World" (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
A4.4 Prague Symphony Orchestra* Symphony No. 9 In D Minor (4th Movement)
Composed By – Ludwig van BeethovenConductor – Jindřich RohanOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
A5 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Serenade In E Flat Major For String Orchestra (1st Movement)
Composed By – Josef Suk Conductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
B1.1 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Vyšehrad
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
B1.2 Bedřich Dobrodinský And The Prague Symphony Orchestra Concert In B Flat For Harp And Orchestra
Composed By – Jan Křitel Krumpholz*Conductor – Jan M. Dobrodinský*Harp – Bedřich DobrodinskýOrchestra – The Prague Symphony Orchestra
B1.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony Fabtastique (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Hector BerliozConductor – Carlo ZecchiOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
B2.1 Gejza Novák* Syrinx
Composed By – Claude DebussyFlute – Gejza Novák*
B2.2 Jean-Pierre Rampal And Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra Concerto In E Minor For Flute And Orchestra
Composed By – František BendaConductor – Milan MunclingerFlute – Jean-Pierre RampalOrchestra – Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra
B2.3 Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra Dance Of The Reeds (The Nutcracker)
Composed By – Peter I. Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Václav KašlíkOrchestra – Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra
B2.4 Prague National Theatre Orchestra* Comedians' March (The Bartered Bride)
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaConductor – Zdeněk ChalabalaOrchestra – Prague National Theatre Orchestra*
B2.5 Prague Symphony Orchestra* The Water Goblin
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav SmetáčekOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
B3.1 Karel Klement And The Rejcha Quintet* Oboe
Ensemble – The Rejcha Quintet*Oboe – Karel Klement
B3.2 František Hanták And The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Concerto In G Minor For Oboe And Orchestra
Composed By – Georg Friedrich Handel*Conductor – Václav TalichOboe – František HantákOrchestra – The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
B3.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Blaník
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
B3.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 9 In E Minor "From The New World" (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
B3.5 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* The Blind Fiddlers (A Summer Fairy-tale)
Composed By – Josef Suk Conductor – Karel ŠejnaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C1.1 Josef Vokatý And The Rejcha Quintet* Clarinet
Clarinet – Josef VokatýEnsemble – The Rejcha Quintet*
C1.2 Vladimír Říha Concerto In E Flat Major For Clarinet And Orchestra
Clarinet – Vladimír Říha Composed By – František Krommer-Kramář*Conductor – Václav SmetáčekOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
C1.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Scheherazade (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovConductor – Zdeněk ChalabalaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C1.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Vltava (Die Moldau)
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C1.5 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Till Eulenspiegel
Composed By – Richard StraussConductor – Franz KonwitschnyOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C1.6 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Taras Bulba (2nd Part)
Composed By – Leoš JanáčekConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C1.7 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* The Noon Witch
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C2.1 Václav Cvrček And The Rejcha Quintet* Bassoon
Bassoon – Václav CvrčekEnsemble – The Rejcha Quintet*
C2.2 Karel Bidlo Concerto For Bassoon And Orchestra (1st Movement)
Bassoon – Karel BidloComposed By – Jiří PauerConductor – Karel AnčerlOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C2.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 4 In F Minor (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Peter I. Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Tage Z. NyaziOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C3.1 Rudolf Beránek And The Rejcha Quintet* French Horn
Ensemble – The Rejcha Quintet*French Horn – Rudolf Beránek
C3.2 Vladimír Kubát Concerto No. 3 In E Flat Major For Horn And Orchestra (1st Movement)
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Miloslav KubaFrench Horn – Vladimír KubátOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C3.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 5 In E Minor (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Peter I. Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Lovro von Matačić*Orchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C3.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Overture To The Opera "Der Freischütz"
Composed By – Carl Maria von WeberConductor – Zdeněk ChalabalaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C4.1 Václav Junek Trumpet
Trumpet – Václav Junek
C4.2 Václav Junek Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra (2nd Movement)
Composed By – Alexander ArutiunianOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*Trumpet – Václav Junek
C4.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 8 In G Major (4th Movement)
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
C4.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Wallenstein's Camp
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaConductor – Karel ŠejnaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D1.1 Jaromír Havel Trombone
Trombone – Jaromír Havel
D1.2 Prague Chamber Orchestra Doctor Faustus
Composed By – Bedřich SmetanaConductor – Zdeněk KošlerOrchestra – Prague Chamber Orchestra
D1.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Lohengrin (Overture To The 3rd Act)
Composed By – Richard WagnerConductor – Zdeněk ChalabalaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D1.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 6 In B Minor "Pathétique" (4th Movement)
Composed By – Peter I. Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D1.5 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Catacombs (A Picture Of An Exhibition)
Composed By – Modest P. Mussorgsky*Conductor – Antonio PedrottiOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D2.1 Miloslav Hejda Tuba
Tuba – Miloslav Hejda
D2.2 Prague Symphony Orchestra* Bydlo (A Picture Of An Exhibition)
Composed By – Modest P. Mussorgsky*Conductor – Jindřich RohanOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
D2.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Sinfonietta (1st Movement)
Composed By – Leoš JanáčekConductor – Břetislav BakalaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D3.1 Robert Mach Timpani
Timpani – Robert Mach
D3.2 Robert Mach Bass Drum
Drums – Robert Mach
D3.3 Robert Mach Side Drum
Drums – Robert Mach
D3.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Symphony No. 5 In C Minor "The Fate" (3rd Movement)
Composed By – Ludwig van BeethovenConductor – Karel AnčerlOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D4.1 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* The Golden Spinning Wheel
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D4.2 Prague Symphony Orchestra* The Twilight
Composed By – Zdeněk FibichConductor – Václav SmetáčekOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
D4.3 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Carnival
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Václav TalichOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D5.1 Robert Mach Glockenspiel
Glockenspiel – Robert Mach
D5.2 Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra Dance Of The Sugarplum (The Nutcracker)
Composed By – Peter I. Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Václav KašlíkOrchestra – Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra
D5.3 Prague Symphony Orchestra* The Fossils (Carnival Of The Animals)
Composed By – Camille Saint-Saěns*Conductor – Jindřich RohanOrchestra – Prague Symphony Orchestra*
D5.4 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Taras Bulba (3rd Part)
Composed By – Leoš JanáčekConductor – The Czech Philharmonic OrchestraOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
D6 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra* Slavonic Dance No. 15 In C Major
Composed By – Antonín DvořákConductor – Karel ŠejnaOrchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*

Companies, etc.

  • Exported By – Artia

Credits

  • Layout [Graphical Arrangement] – Osvald Klapper
  • Liner Notes – Ladislav Rada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Other (Retail price code): G
  • Other (Sound recording copyright year code 1960): VII.
  • Matrix / Runout (A): VM 1932
  • Matrix / Runout (B): VM 1933
  • Matrix / Runout (C): VM 1934
  • Matrix / Runout (D): VM 1935
  • Other (Catalog# LP1): SUA 10545
  • Other (Catalog# LP2): SUA 10544