#1
Hey guys do you guys know the:

Instrumental sections of an orchestra? I don't understand what the question is asking for?


* Note English Is NOT my first language.


Secondy


what instruments use the treble cles

and what instruments use the Bass ccleff?


Also what key signature has two sharps?


ALSO how many flats are there in the key of F Major? Isin't it 8?
if no why?


okays thanks huys this is my first thread!

peace out
#2
Quick post, Im only gonna answer the stuff I know right off the top of my head.

Instruments using treble clef: Clarinet, flute, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, and higher register of piano.
Bass clef: Cello, double bass, bass guitar, contrabassoon, euphonium, tuba, lower register of piano.

D Major has 2 sharps

F Major has 1 flat (I think)
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#5
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Quick post, Im only gonna answer the stuff I know right off the top of my head.

Instruments using treble clef: Clarinet, flute, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, and higher register of piano.
Bass clef: Cello, double bass, bass guitar, contrabassoon, euphonium, tuba, lower register of piano.

D Major has 2 sharps

F Major has 1 flat (I think)


B minor has two sharps as well, D minor has one flat.
#6
As for the instrumental sections of the orchestra, does it mean the different types of instruments like Strings, Woodwind, Brass, Percussion?