Fewer than 12 violas made by the master survive.
The orange blossom pastilla comes topped with gold leaf and violas.
Seven more cellos joined in, followed by basses, violas, and violins.
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The modern symphony orchestra contains from 6 to 10 violas.
The string quintet normally includes two violins, two violas, and a cello.
His cellos, violas, lutes, guitars, and mandolins are also the finest of their kind.
As Plainview signs his name, another monster chord blossoms, in the violins and violas.
Most are violins, but there are also a few violas, cellos, guitars, mandolins, and harps.
Today its cellos and basses are half Asian, its violas and violins predominantly Asian, and its three associate concert masters Chinese.
Frail lyricism in the violins, flickering chords in the violas, spidery cadenzas in the flute—all came through clearly, instead of being lost in the melee.
Cremona is famous for the violins and violas made there in the 16th–18th centuries by the Amati family and their pupils, the Guarneri and Antonio Stradivari.
The floral design is changed twice per year, using violas in the spring and four cultivars of Alternanthera along with green and gray Santolina Sage during summer and fall.
These instruments include electric pianos; electric organs employing vibrating reeds; electric violins, violas, cellos, and basses; and electric guitars, banjos, and mandolins.
He shrugged, smiled, and gave the downbeat for the grandly ominous orchestral introduction of Brahms’s Concerto in D Minor: a fortissimo D in the horns, double-basses, violas, and timpani.
Toward the end, violins and violas pick up those songful patterns, as if preparing to break through into some collective epiphany; but a crisis intervenes, in the form of grisly, dissonant quadruple-forte chords.
LIGO, he said, will only ever be able to detect violins and violas; waves from supermassive black holes, like the one at the center of the Milky Way, will have to await future detectors, with different sensitivities.
Stravinsky, for example, composed his Symphonies of Wind Instruments in 1920, Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments in 1923–24, and Symphony of Psalms in 1930, the instrumentation of the last being noteworthy for its lack of violins and violas.
Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4, (English: “Transfigured Night”) string sextet for two violins, two violas, and two cellos by Austrian-born American composer Arnold Schoenberg that dates to 1899, before he adopted the 12-tone method of composition that became his signature.
The composer of the 18th century was likely to use the orchestral instruments at least part of the time in the following manner: the flutes doubling the same part as the first violins (frequently the melody); the oboes doubling the second violins or the first violins in octaves; the clarinets (by the end of the century) doubling the violas; and the bassoons doubling the violoncellos and double basses.
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The composer of the 18th century was likely to use the orchestral instruments at least part of the time in the following manner the flutes doubling the same part as the first violins frequently the melody the oboes doubling the second violins or the first violins in octaves the clarinets by the end of the century doubling the violas and the bassoons doubling the violoncellos and double basses