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gshredder2112  
30 Sep 2011 12:11 | Quote
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Too me,the ranges(alto,tenor etc)Of these
instruments?
Violin
viola
bassoon
contrabasson
Oboe
trumpet
tuba
flute
saxophone
piccolo
ocarina
recorder
french horn
double bass.

Much appreciated.
GuitarGeorge  
30 Sep 2011 12:49 | Quote
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gshredder2112  
30 Sep 2011 15:17 | Quote
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Thanks dude,I would karmafy you again.if I could.

\M/(*-+)
gs2112
DanielM  
1 Oct 2011 11:32 | Quote
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That's quite a specific list of instruments, got a massive project in the works?
btimm  
1 Oct 2011 11:37 | Quote
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It's not that challenging to use google.
gshredder2112  
1 Oct 2011 19:27 | Quote
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@Dm Yeah man, Im gonna try my hand
at orhestral composition,looks like alot of fun. Those
are the instruments I like to hear when I listen to classical.

@btimm I know its not,Id just thought Id ask here.
No harm no foul.
tinyskateboard  
1 Oct 2011 20:58 | Quote
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You don't like piano? Interesting and very punk.
gshredder2112  
1 Oct 2011 21:26 | Quote
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Lol man,I like piano,but I already know alot aboot
le pianni.
btimm  
1 Oct 2011 21:39 | Quote
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gshredder2112 says:
@btimm I know its not,Id just thought Id ask here.
No harm no foul.


Why not just do a little research yourself before asking a question that takes 5 seconds to answer yourself? Seems pretty lazy.
Phip  
1 Oct 2011 21:50 | Quote
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Ok, lets not start an argument over this.
thank you,
Phip
gshredder2112  
1 Oct 2011 22:20 | Quote
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@phip *sigh*..

@btimm Sorry... /:
Anyway,Its just a really big hassle to use google on my smart
phone(Even though I owe you no explaination). Im free to ask
any question On this forum,without unsolicted negativity,or atleast I should be.

tinyskateboard  
1 Oct 2011 23:56 | Quote
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gshred: if you compose everything on the stave, you can slide into an instrument (i.e. contra-bass vs. tenor (sax for example)) without feeling constrained by the ranges of your current favorite instruments.
gshredder2112  
2 Oct 2011 01:17 | Quote
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Good Info Tsb. I just wanted to know some basics.
DanielM  
2 Oct 2011 01:31 | Quote
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I'm interested on which orchestral tunes you've heard that use a saxophone, I can't think of many uses except for I think some Debussy and definitely Gershwin.

Also if I were you I'd stick a cello in there.

http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/forumdisplay.php/77-Principles-of-Orchestration-On-line

Here's the principles of orchestration by Korsakov (flight of the bumblebee etc) it's all 26 lessons from his book and it has footnotes by a professor of music stating instances where a composer had done something that Korsakov had wrote shouldn't or couldn't be done making it nice and balance.
gshredder2112  
2 Oct 2011 09:08 | Quote
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I wanted to try something orignal. Saxaphone
is on of my favorite instruments, and I have A large
jazz influence in my playing,so sax was an obvious choice

Cello's are good for making things sound a bit bigger.
Ill have to see if its needed.

And that is an awsome link man,thanks.
GuitarGeorge  
2 Oct 2011 09:11 | Quote
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Wow, that's a cool link, DanielM!
btimm  
2 Oct 2011 13:54 | Quote
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Phip says:
Ok, lets not start an argument over this.
thank you,
Phip


Fair enough. I will refrain from any comments that might be somehow taken out of context in the future.


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