The lead violinist in an orchestra is often called the concert master, but it is possible in a larger orchestra to have more than one person in this role.
N an orchestra, the concertmaster is the leader of the first violin section. There is another violin section, the second violins, led by the principal second violin. Anyviolin solo in an orchestral work is played by the concertmaster (except in the case of a concerto, in which case a guest soloist usually plays).
The lead violinist in an orchestra is the concertmaster, or the principal first violin.
Ihave no idea what are some of the examples
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English, 18.08.2019 13:10, hartmaaj95
Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? after walking onto the stage, the conductor bowed to the audience in greeting. the conductor shook hands with michael guerro, the orchestra's concertmaster. listening to the beautiful blend of sounds, i marveled at the musicians' talent. the orchestra members prepared for the performance, tuning their instruments.
Social Studies, 23.09.2019 18:30, aileenf598
Imagine you are at a concert. on the stage is a full orchestra and conductor. standing in front of the orchestra is a violinist who has special solo moments during the performance. the violinist and the orchestra work together to create the larger work. the work performed brings special attention to the particular violinist and allows special "spotlight" performing moments for him/her. what type of work are you watching?
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