[Ebook] Principles of Orchestration Por Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Principles of Orchestration Principles Of Orchestration By Nikolay Rimsky Korsakov Brand New Copy Student Study And Practice Guide Orchestration Is The Study Or Practice Of Writing Music For An Orchestra, Or, Loosely, For Any Musical Ensemble, Or Of Adapting For An Orchestra Music Composed For Another Medium Only Gradually Over The Course Of Music History Did Orchestration Come To Be Regarded As A Compositional Art In Itself The Term Orchestration In Its Specific Sense Refers To The Way Instruments Are Used To Portray Any Musical Aspect Such As Melody Or Harmony For Example, A C Major Chord Is Made Up Of The Notes C, E, And G If The Notes Are Held Out The Entire Duration Of A Measure, The Composer Or Orchestrator Will Have To Decide What Instrument S Play This Chord And In What Register Some Instruments, Including Woodwinds And Brass Are Primarily Monophonic And Can Only Play One Note Of The Chord At A Time However In A Full Orchestra There Is Generally Than One Of These Instruments, So The Composer May Choose To Outline The Chord In Its Basic Form With Clarinets Or Trumpets Other Instruments, Including The Strings, Piano, Harp, And Pitched Percussion Are Polyphonic And May Play Than One Note At A Time Additionally In Orchestration, Notes May Be Placed Into Another Register, Such As Transposed Down Two Octaves For The Basses, Doubled, Both In The Same And Different Octaves, And Altered With Various Levels Of Dynamics The Choice Of Instruments, Registers, And Dynamics Affect The Overall Tone Color If The C Major Chord Was Orchestrated For The Trumpets And Trombones Playing Fortissimo In Their Upper Registers, It Would Sound Very Bright But If The Same Chord Was Orchestrated For The Celli And String Basses Playing Sul Tasto, Doubled By The Bassoons And Bass Clarinet, It Might Sound Heavy And Dark Note That Although The Above Example Discussed Orchestrating A Chord, A Melody Or Even A Single Note May Be Orchestrated In This Fashion Also Note That In This Specific Sense Of The Word, Orchestration Is Not Necessarily Limited To An Orchestra, As A Composer May Orchestrate This Same C Major Chord For, Say, A Woodwind Quintet


7 thoughts on “Principles of Orchestration

  1. pedro jose sauleda pedro jose sauleda says:

    The examples have a very low quality which makes them very difficult to read I bought the Kindle version Perhaps the hard cover version has better quality


  2. Cliente academics20193.se Cliente academics20193.se says:

    I wish the Look inside had gone a couple of pages further.Layout problems, bad quality on the staff pictures, there are even Listen links on the textIt looks like somebody made an export of something and didn t even check it.


  3. RA9876 RA9876 says:

    Explanations of how to orchestrate various groups of musical instruments to create beautiful sounding symphonic arrangements Includes all the families of instruments plus vocals Principles can be applied with virtual orchestra sample libraries in a DAW on computer as well as real orchestras.


  4. Edi Martinovic Edi Martinovic says:

    I purchased and read this book because of many recommendations from very different people, so clearly this is considered to be something of a cornerstone work in the world of orchestration books The remarkable thing about this book is that it really does not go very in depth about much at all The purpose of this book is to inspire the reader a


  5. Dawoud Kringle Dawoud Kringle says:

    Rimsky Korsakov s classic textbook is an extraordinarily helpful and eloquent explanation of both the basic and advanced principles of orchestration It s no mystery why it s stood the test of time.


  6. Eric Schissel (Kindle) Eric Schissel (Kindle) says:

    This Kindle edition and a slightly expensive one, too were rendered worthless through the disappearance of the important musical examples that take up so much of the book.


  7. Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson says:

    I ve been writing music for years, but have always dreamed of composing for Orchestras small or large This is definitely a good, handy book to have available, not matter what level of musical congregation for which you re writing.


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