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Orchestra Drums Other percussion instruments Tensioned batter head Tuning gauge Tensioning screws DRUMS Characteristics: Timpani (or kettledrums) are used in groups of two to five instruments and can be tuned by altering the skin tension using turning screws or a pedal. The snare drum is smaller and has a set of gut or metal springs stretched across its lower drum head which vibrate when the upper head is struck. The large bass drum is also double-headed and is struck using a stick with a large, soft head.
The triangle – a steel bar bent to form an equilateral triangle – is hung from a string and may be hit with one or two metal beaters. Trills are played using quick strokes inside the top corner. History: Many percussion instruments originate in China or Turkey and became regular members of the Jingles orchestra in the 19th TRIANGLE and 20th centuries. 35 CL ASSI C A L M USI C I N ST RUM E N TS TUNED IDIOPHONES Characteristics: The glockenspiel consists of a series of metal bars tuned to a chromatic scale, laid out like a piano keyboard.
The first wax recordings, at the end of the 19th century, were dominated by opera arias by singers such as Caruso, as the voice could be reproduced much better than instrumental music. Electric recordings began in 1925, allowing longer excerpts of works to be recorded, and the arrival of LPs in 1948 allowed many works to be presented in their entirety. Stereo was introduced in 1958 and the CD in 1983. Some commentators, such as Canadian pianist Glenn Gould, predicted that live concerts would be superseded by recorded music, but there is now more emphasis on live performance than there has been for half a century.