Orchestration 101: From piano to woodwinds

The following example take a short composition for piano and is arranged for a large wind section of an orchestra (with auxiliary instruments)

Fugitive Visions Op 22(Score)“>

In my next blog post I will give an in depth analysis of the process I went through to create this orchestration.

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Posted on December 15, 2011 in Music Composition

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An award-winning composer, accomplished musician and sonic storyteller, Douglas Gibson resides in New York City, where he composes and gives music composition lessons locally and online worldwide.
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