This lesson begins the journey into the craft of orchestrating melodies. A melody is often what is remembered most about a piece of music. The way a melody is orchestrated can make it memorable or easily forgotten. Using orchestral color to restate the melody in a new and unique ways is what makes for a good orchestrator. Different instrument combinations can drastically affect the mood the orchestrator is trying to convey.
Lesson 6: Melody in Woodwinds
Lesson 7: Woodwinds in Unison and Octaves
Lesson 8: Brass – Melody, Unisons & Octaves
Lesson 9: Different Groups of Instruments Combined Part 1
Lesson 10: Different Groups of Instruments Combined Part II