Orchestral Instruments

Consisting of some of the most integral instruments that have been used in notable pieces of music and film scores, the Orchestra Instrument family comprises Woodwind, Brass, and Stringed Instruments, each delivering a unique performance and sound that's rich in cultural heritage.

The core of classical music whilst spreading its presence across a large collection of rock and pop recordings, Stringed Instruments is the ideal choice for students looking to take big steps in musical education.

Controlled by valves, slides, and varying tension of the player's lips, brass instruments are capable of thundering fanfare and intricate melodies.

A vital part of music development since as early as the 1600s, the woodwind instrument family lends itself as a key part of orchestra ensembles along with seemingly being at the birth of traditional jazz back in the 1920s.


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