The Instruments of the Orchestra

The Instruments of the Orchestra

The Instruments of the Orchestra 4 Families of Instruments Strings Winds

Brass Percussion The String Family Violin Viola Cello

Bass Strings can be played Plucked Bowed

The Winds Family Clarinet Flute Oboe

Bassoon What do wind instruments have in common? They use a reed

The Brass Family French Horn Trumpet Trombone Tuba

The Loudest Family! This family of instruments can play louder than any other in the orchestra and can also be heard from far away.

Brass Effects Brass can be played muted Brass can be played non-muted Percussion Drums

Keyboards Timpani Tambourine Triangle Xylophone Percussion types

Pitched Percussion Keyboard, Xylophone, Celesta, Marimba Non-pitched Percussion Tambourine, Bongo, Shakers

The Biggest Family! This is the Family with the most members. It includes anything that you hit on. Guess what family this instrument belongs to

1 2 3 4 Mix and Match A

B C D E F G

Bass Flute Violin Timpani Harp Trumpet Xylophone

Guess the instrument Four Corners game

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