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Musical Instruments Vocabulary Violin Viola Скрипка Альт Violin and Viola Note that the viola is not just “a big violin”. Playing the viola requires a very different touch, different fingerings, different position work, different vibrato, and an entirely different mindset with respect to its role in the orchestral and chamber music repertoire. Violists are very sensitive about this. Quotation “The difference between violin and viola is that the viola is a violin with a college education”. William Primrose, the famous violist Cello Double Bass Виолончель Контрабас Quote “The cello is like a beautiful woman who has not grown older, but younger with time, more slender, more supple, more graceful.” Pablo Casal, Spanish cellist and conductor Oboe Flute Гобой Флейта Quote "The flute calms the spirit and penetrates the ear with such sweet sound that it brings peace and an abeyance of motion unto the soul. And should some sorrow dwell in the mind, a care that wine cannot make us forget and banish, it lulls us to sleep and is balm on account of its sweet and gracious sound, provided that it adheres to modest music and does not excite and inflame the soul with too many notes and passages, which would weaken it and could easily come to grief on account of the wine.“ Raymond Meylan, The Flute Clarinet Bassoon Кларнет Фагот Quote “I look at my clarinet sometimes and I think, I wonder what's going to come out of there tonight? You never know”. Acker Bilk, English clarinetist Trumpet Saxophone Труба Саксофон Quote “Don't play the saxophone. Let it play you”. Charlie Parker, American saxophonist French Horn Trombone Валторна Тромбон Quote “Never look at the trombones. You'll only encourage them”. Richard Strauss, German composer Timpani Drums Литавры Барабаны Piano Harp Пианино Арфа Quote “I’ve never felt anything that moves me as much as my piano. I’m an emotional player. I don’t really like people. I prefer my piano to people. It’s totally reliable and it’s alive. I can hear what it’s saying.” Tori Amos, American singer, pianist and composer