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An orchestra is a geoup of music made by the sound of string, brass, percussion, and woodwind it is often played for classical music.
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a group of instrumentalists. This can include string, woodwind, brass, and percussion.
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Basso continuo is a bass line which accompanies a melody. Figured bass is the bass line with figures (numbers) under the bass notes. The numbers give the intervals between the bass note and the chord tones above it. Ornamentation is a way to embellish a melody with turns, trills, or grace notes-they decorate 9the melody to make it more interesting. An oratorio is like an opera, but is based on a religious story. An orchestra is a large ensemble of strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and keyboard instruments. The orchestra made musical performances more accessible to the public, and this led to the beginning of the Classical Music period. An instrumental suite is a collection of shorter pieces-usually dance pieces.