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.TABLE "SHOWING RANGES OF ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS

�� � �Range of Wood Wind Section

(lit /"

�Range of Emir* Orchestra Kg

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� �J *to)"

�English Born

Clarinet irfBt

Bass Clarinet InBt

�^J(?O) i ^ -r *

� �I 1 y / =

� �' bo.

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Range of Brass Wind Section

> r /

� �Contra

�- (

�4* ,...."! ]

�Horn 6 ,nF

� �Cornet Trumpet io Bl>

Trombone (Tenor)

Tuba In F Ketile Drums

. Bells

31ockenspiel

Harp <

Violin

�te ^

�V ' _ <> ^^ >0lj 1V

�Range of String Section c? \

�'

�large medium small

�$ ^-^ ,' higher.),

CD

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�^ 4^:

� �5 ;

�> $ /

� �1 ra ~*'

�(HHl

Ar>/i The arrangement of instruments here indl cated is essentially that found in a modern orch-

�Double-bass

�*^ ..r n o*>

�Pive-st ringed Double-bass

�.;

�highly skilled performers or on instruments with certain special keys (like the low i of the flat*)' are shown in bracket!.

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