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    By the early 19th century (ca. 1820), it became the norm to have a dedicated conductor, who did not also play an instrument during the performance. While some orchestras protested the introduction of the conductor, since they were used to having a concertmaster or keyboard player act as leader, eventually the role of a conductor was established.

  2. Also, write in one musical fact about each instrument. Notice that the first example is completed for you. Have students form pairs and check one another’s work. Part 2 (Audio) Play the eight instrument identification tracks below. Complete the activity Instrument Identification (Audio) (PDF). Compare and discuss answers. Play tracks again as ...

  3. The musician or conductor is free to choose where in this range the piece is performed. If the tempo is written just as beats per minute, the composer will show you which note value is receiving the beat. For example, in common time, the quarter note received the beat. Composers would notate the tempo as Quarter note = 120bpm.

  4. String instruments come in classifications of families, with the most common being the Lute, Violin and Lyre. They have strings that affix to opposing ends of the instrument across a flat face. For an instrument to play well and according to standard notes, it must undergo tuning.

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    Since the mid-18th century, most conductors have not played an instrument when conducting, [citation needed] although in earlier periods of classical music history, leading an ensemble while playing an instrument was common.

  6. Feb 17, 2015 · A year of musical instruction can quickly go down the tubes over the summer vacation if students do not find small ways to play once in a while. Picking up an instrument for the first time after a long layoff can be so frustrating that a student will not want to continue into the next school year. The instrument is in disrepair.

  7. The following day, Vanya attended the theatre. Finding it dilapidated and in darkness, Vanya was asked to play anything by a hidden voice. Despite not playing the violin for twelve years, Vanya played until a string broke on her instrument. Applause from the darkness greeted her, and the lights went up to reveal a large group of people.

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