String orchestra - Violin 2/3 - Philipp Dangas

String orchestra - Violin 2/3 [ octave combinations ]

General information about the octave combinations

The octave combinations with the celli are particularly suitable for expressively melodic passages, especially when the celli are played in their upper and highest scale range, especially since the violins always remain in their most expressive and sonorous register. That means they stay in the upper middle range of their scale.

Downloads for the octave combinations: violin cellos

Sound file for the score "The Flying Dutchman" Download-size: 134 Kilobytes
PDF file for the score The Flying Dutchman
Download–size: 57 Kilobytes

Note on the score with an example on the [octave combinations]

Two graphics with a score excerpt follow. Excerpt from the score "The Flying Dutchman". Composition by Richard Wagner. An example of the [octave combinations] of the violin with the string orchestra. The graphics can also be enlarged. They are Link-Sensitive [Clickable].

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