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Jonathan E. Peters Orchestration TUTORiAL REPACK screenshot
FANTASTiC | 02 March 2019 | 2.22 GB
Learn how to write for orchestra from an award-winning composer whose music has been performed by orchestras across the U.S.

The course is divided into two parts: part 1 is on Instrumentation and part 2 is on Orchestration. Instrumentation is an important and necessary first step since you cannot write for orchestra if you don’t know about the individual instruments of the orchestra.

In part 1 you will learn how each instrument is constructed, how they produce sound, how they are properly notated, their playing and sounding ranges, register characteristics, dynamic capabilities and common playing techniques.

In part 2 you will learn basic concepts for writing for orchestra, including how to create and effectively use different timbres and textures, the best methods for scoring chords, the roles each instrument and section play within the whole, how to properly prepare a score and parts, and how to proof before publishing. The course concludes with an entire section of helpful orchestration tips and techniques. There are also a number of useful reference charts attached as .pdf files.

At key points in the course you will be given score reading assignments, listening assignments, composing assignments, and quizzes.

A vital component to the study of orchestration is score reading, and so throughout the course you will be asked to read scores. There are some score excerpts in the course but the majority of score reading will be done on your own. There is an important reason for this. Taking a course in orchestration is a great start to learning how to write for orchestra but the only way to become truly knowledgeable and skilled in this very complex art form is through a lifetime of score study and through a lifetime of experience gained from actual writing for orchestra. This cannot be emphasized enough.

Note: This is not a music theory course or a music composition course. This course was written for individuals who already have a basic foundation in music theory (including music notation) and music composition. If you need or would like to develop your knowledge in these areas please see the following courses by the instructor.

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comments

  Resident 30.12.2017 452
+139
Thank you for the fix.
This course seems to be a very comprehensive course.
  Resident 25.07.2014 101
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Thank you!!
  Resident 16.03.2014 1120
+303
Thanks for the link of the missing vid instead of having to download the whole archive again.
  Resident 25.07.2014 101
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there is something wrong about the 10th video, "viola", stops at 1,10 and no longer play the rest.
  Member 23.04.2017 55
+5
Yes, I can confirm what Joseclon said, it ends abruptly at +-1:10 while the reported length of the video is 3:10.
Maybe a REPACK v2 would be welcome.
  Member 11.07.2014 69
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Was anyone able to get that video?

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