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The Silk Route. Unit 4- Story 1. Vocabulary. Classical . Soft and loud A group of musicians playing in a jazz band Very new or modern craftsmanship Relating to a form or a system of primary significance before modern times; traditional.

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  1. The Silk Route Unit 4- Story 1 What is an Orchestra?

  2. Vocabulary What is an Orchestra?

  3. Classical • Soft and loud • A group of musicians playing in a jazz band • Very new or modern craftsmanship • Relating to a form or a system of primary significance before modern times; traditional What is an Orchestra?

  4. D) Relating to a form or a system of primary significance before modern times; traditional What is an Orchestra?

  5. Interpretation • The break or rest between long scenes or parts • The written record or score of the music to be played by the musicians • The equipment used by musicians or singers to record their music • How the conductor or musician brings out the meaning of the performance; understanding; style What is an Orchestra?

  6. D) To bring out the meaning of something in a performance; understanding What is an Orchestra?

  7. Encase • To protect or keep safe • To amplify, intensify, or echo • To enclose in or as if in a case; covering • To be ready for anything What is an Orchestra?

  8. C) To enclose in or as if in a case; covering What is an Orchestra?

  9. Shrill • High-pitch; piercing; sharp; a shriek • Very delicate and fragile • Very deep and low • To be very motionless or unmoving What is an Orchestra?

  10. A) High-pitch; piercing; sharp; a shriek What is an Orchestra?

  11. Improvise • To follow strictly as it is written • To perform or play in front of an audience • To compose, recite, play, or sing on the spur of the moment; to make up or invent on the spot • To study for years before you are introduced or allowed to play in front of an audience What is an Orchestra?

  12. C) To compose, recite, play, or sing on the spur of the moment; to make up or invent on the spot What is an Orchestra?

  13. Comprehension What is an Orchestra?

  14. 1) What is an orchestra? • A piece of wood or plastic that the conductor uses to help the musicians stay in time • A person who manages or controls the musicians while playing the score • A group of 3 or 4 people who play different interpretations of a written music • A large group of people who play classical music together • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  15. D) A large group of people who play classical music together What is an Orchestra?

  16. 2) Why is the role of the conductor essential? • Beats the time • Makes sure the orchestra stays in time and in tune • Makes sure the different instruments star and stop playing on time • Controls the sound of an orchestra through his/her interpretation of the musical score • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  17. E) All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  18. 3) How many sections are in a modern orchestra? A) Too many to count B) 3 C) 4 D) As many as the conductor wants What is an Orchestra?

  19. C) 4 What is an Orchestra?

  20. 4) What makes a stringed instrument be in the string section of an orchestra? • The instrument has strings and is plucked or played with a bow • The instrument is blown • The instrument is hit • The instrument is made of wood or metal • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  21. A) The instrument has strings and is plucked or played with a bow What is an Orchestra?

  22. 5) How do you make the string instrument play? • Air blown makes a vibration through the tube • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  23. C) When strum, the vibration goes through the strings What is an Orchestra?

  24. 6) What types of sounds do the string instruments make? A)Soft, deep or high pitched B) Deep or high pitched/shrill sounds C) Crisp, loud, majestic D) shake, rattle, beat, pitched and un-pitched What is an Orchestra?

  25. A)Soft, deep or high pitched What is an Orchestra?

  26. 7) What makes a brass instrument be in the brass section of an orchestra? • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • Air vibrated through mouthpiece through the tube; has a mouthpiece; is/was made of brass • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  27. B) Air vibrated through mouthpiece through the tube; has a mouthpiece; is/was made of brass What is an Orchestra?

  28. 8) How do you make the brass instrument play? • Air blown (vibrate air) through the tube • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  29. A) Air blown (vibrate air) through the tube What is an Orchestra?

  30. 9) What types of sounds do the brass instruments make? A)Soft, deep or high pitched B) Deep or high pitched/shrill sounds C) Crisp, loud, majestic D) shake, rattle, beat, pitched and un-pitched What is an Orchestra?

  31. C) Crisp, loud, majestic What is an Orchestra?

  32. 10) What makes a woodwind instrument be in the woodwind section of an orchestra? • Air blown makes a vibration through the tube; has a wood piece or is/was made of wood • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  33. A) Air blown makes a vibration through the tube; has a wood piece or is/was made of wood What is an Orchestra?

  34. 11) How do you make the woodwind instrument play? • Air blown and vibrated through the tube from mouthpiece • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  35. A) Air blown and vibrated through the tube from mouthpiece What is an Orchestra?

  36. 12) What types of sounds do the woodwind instruments make? A)Soft, deep or high pitched B) Deep or high pitched/shrill sounds C) Crisp, loud, majestic D) shake, rattle, beat, pitched and un-pitched What is an Orchestra?

  37. B) Deep or high pitched/shrill sounds What is an Orchestra?

  38. 13) What makes a percussion instrument be in the percussion section of an orchestra? • Air blown makes a vibration through the tube; has a wood piece or is/was made of wood • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  39. B) When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block What is an Orchestra?

  40. 14) How do you make the percussion instrument play? • Air blown through the tube from mouthpiece • When struck, the vibration goes through the membrane or block • When strum, the vibration goes through the strings • When turned on, the vibration is made • All of the above What is an Orchestra?

  41. C) When strum, the vibration goes through the strings What is an Orchestra?

  42. 15) What types of sounds do the percussion instruments make? A)Soft, deep or high pitched B) Deep or high pitched/shrill sounds C) Crisp, loud, majestic D) shake, rattle, beat, pitched and un-pitched What is an Orchestra?

  43. D) shake, rattle, beat, pitched and un-pitched What is an Orchestra?

  44. 16) How many categories or classifications can you put classical musical movements into? A) Unknown B) 4 C) 7 D) Whatever the musician or conductor wants to classify it as What is an Orchestra?

  45. B) 4 What is an Orchestra?

  46. 17) Name the 4 classical composition categories? • Romantic, Classical, 20th Century, Romantic • Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century • Classical, Baroque, 20th Century, Romantic • 20th Century, Romantic, Classical, Baroque What is an Orchestra?

  47. B) Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century What is an Orchestra?

  48. 18) What periods of music do modern symphonies play? • Romantic and 20th Century • Classical and 20th Century • Baroque and Classical • Classical and Romantic What is an Orchestra?

  49. D) Classical and Romantic What is an Orchestra?

  50. 19) How have modern instruments changed from earlier instruments? A) They haven’t changed at all B) Bigger and heavier C) Smaller and lighter D) Improved designs, better sounding E) All of the above What is an Orchestra?