Arranged By – Mike Simpson Written-By – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Juan Tizol
|A2||In A Persian Market
Written-By – Albert W. Ketelby*
Written-By – David Carroll
Arranged By – Ross JungnickelWritten-By – A. Luigini*
Written-By – C. Saint-Saëns*
|B1||Twilight In Turkey
Arranged By,performer [Bakoura Solo Passage] – Mike Simpson Written-By – Scott*
Adapted By, Arranged By – David Carroll
Arranged By [For Orchestra] – Otto LangeyWritten-By – G. Lubomirsky*
|B4||Dance Of The Slave Maidens
Adapted By, Arranged By – David CarrollWritten-By – Borodin*
Arranged By – David Carroll
Copyist [Transcribed By] – David Carroll
|PPS 6002||David Carroll And His Orchestra*||Percussion Orientale: Musical Sounds Of The Middle East (LP, Album)||Mercury||PPS 6002||US||1961|
|SEL 100 052, SEL-100 052, 222 022 MWY||David Carroll And His Orchestra*||Percussion Orientale (LP, Album)||Mercury, Mercury, Mercury||SEL 100 052, SEL-100 052, 222 022 MWY||South Korea||1973|
|ST-6002||David Carroll And His Orchestra*||Percussion Orientale: Musical Sounds Of The Middle East (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)||Mercury||ST-6002||US||1960|
|PPS 6002||David Carroll And His Orchestra*||Percussion Orientale: Musical Sounds Of The Middle East (LP, Gat)||Mercury||PPS 6002||Canada||1961|
|PPS 2002||David Carroll And His Orchestra*||Percussion Orientale: Musical Sounds Of The Middle East (LP, Album, Mono)||Mercury||PPS 2002||US||1960|
Arranged By – Otto LangeyWritten-By – G. Lubomirsky. B4. Dance Of The Slave Maidens. Adapted By, Arranged By – David CarrollWritten-By – Borodin. Arranged By – David Carroll. David Carroll And His Orchestra. Percussion Orientale (LP, Album). Mercury, Mercury, Mercury. SEL 100 052, SEL-100 052, 222 022 MWY. South Korea. Percussion Orientale: Musical Sounds Of The Middle East (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album).
Mercury PPS 2000 series (12 inch LP). PPS-2000 David Carroll And His Orchestra - Latin Percussion. also issued on Mercury PPS-6000. Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Bob Fitzpatrick, Vern Friley, Dick Nash, Dick Noel, Bob Pring, Frank Rosolino, trombone; George Roberts, Kenny Shroyer, bass trombone; Russ Freeman, Claude Williamson, piano; Red Mitchell, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor. United Recording, Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, May 12, 1960.
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An orchestra is a group of musicians who play together on various instruments. Sometimes it performs alone,at other times it plays along with a group of singers. Orchestras give concerts and play for ballets or operas. The string section is the most important part of a symphony orchestra. It has more than half of the musicians and consists of violins, violas, cellos and string basses. The violinists play high sounds and are divided into two groups. The first violins and the second violins usually play different parts. The leading first violinist is the concertmaster of the orchestra. He helps the other musicians tune their instruments and serves as the assistant. Cellos and string basses play low sounds percussion musical instruments that you hit or shake. perfect to do something so long that you can do it very very well. perform to play in front of people.
Mallet percussion (also known as keyboard or tuned percussion) is the general name given to the pitched percussion family. The name is a slight misnomer, in that almost every percussion instrument is struck with some type of mallet or stick. With the exception of the marimba, almost every other keyboard instrument has been used widely in an orchestral setting. There are many extremely common and well-known excerpts for most of the mallet instruments. In orchestral literature, the bass drum usually deals more with coloring and shading the sounds of the orchestra as opposed to providing a solid, rhythmic foundation like in marching band drumset. The bass drum is usually used to accent strong points in the music and is often combined with a cymbal crash to further accentuate the moment.