Orchestra Semester 2 Final Review
A series of notes played with alternating up and down bow strokes.
An off the string bowing played at the balance point of the bow, where the bouncing bow is easy to control.
The bow is "thrown" on the string in the upper third of the bow so that it will bounce a series fo rapid notes on the down-bow.
Play by striking the string with the wood of the bow.
Broad and slow.
A deliberate unsteadiness of tempo for expressive purposes.
More motion, faster.
Less motion, slower.
One note with two different names.
Go to the beginning of the piece and repeat.
Go to the sign and repeat.
D.S. al coda
Repeat from the sign; skip to the coda when you get to the coda symbol.
D.C. al fine
Go to the beginning of the piece, stop when you reach fine.
A piece of music for orchestra featuring a small group of soloists, called the consortino, contrasting with the larger group called the ripieno.
Instrumental music performed by one player in each part like a duet, trio, or quartet.