ArtsEdge: Perfect Pitch

How well do you know the instruments of the orchestra?
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How well do you know the instruments of the orchestra?

How well do you know the instruments of the orchestra? After you review the instruments of the orchestra, and learn about how the instruments of each era played together, you are ready to play Perfect Pitch. Create your own sound by the selection of which players you want to include in your music. Experiment with the instruments available in each era to see how different combinations work. When you are ready, play ball by answering questions about the instruments. Listen to the questions, hear the explanations, and score as many runs as you can.

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