Flashcards in Lesson 2 - Instrument Sections Deck (14)
a group of three to four solo jazz musicians who play improvised jazz music
the way a musician holds her mouth, tongue, and lips when playing an instrument with a mouthpiece
an instrument that plays music written in a different key than it actually sounds
Which of these is a group of three to four solo jazz musicians who play improvised jazz music?
Which section of instruments are played with reeds and have cork joints?
Which section of instruments are made of metal and have a system of valves to allow for more resonance?
Which section of instruments are the timekeepers of the orchestra?
Which section of instruments has instruments with the largest range possible?
Which of these is an instrument that plays music written in a different key than it actually sounds?
Which performers in the brass section often learn how to transpose music while reading it?
Which performers in the woodwind section have the hardest embouchure and is played by blowing air across the embouchure hole?
Which instrument in the woodwind section has the widest range?
Which of these is the way a musician holds his mouth, tongue, and lips when playing an instrument with a mouthpiece?