INTERACTIVE
COMMON PROBLEMS IN ORCHESTRATION
by Professor Alan Belkin




Lesson 2E - Achieving Blended Harmony for Winds




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Comments from Professor Belkin on Example No. 2E
For quiet, background harmony, this is our best version. There are only 2 timbres, they are spaced close together, and they blend well. Although woodwinds can never blend as well as strings, thisis the least obtrusive and "contrapuntal" of our solutions.

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