OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

Hey look, an ACTUAL question that ACTUALLY has to do with ACTUAL music! What are the two most common instruments in an orchestra that are not catagorised as winds or bows?

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

[percussion for one

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

I know piano is one of the two

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

idk any others

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

triangle lol

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

Lmao

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

hmmmmm

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

timpani or kettle drum, xylophone, glockenspiel, tubular bells, vibraphone, marimba. Occasionally, the piano and celesta

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

triangle, gong, castanets, whip, rattle, anvil, tambourine, cymbals

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

organ, chimes

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

is that enough lol?

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

That's quite enough xD

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

thanks

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

xD

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

welcome

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Brass -.- Piano is still considered a string instrument. Source: I play in an orchestra

OpenStudy (anonymous):

(P.S.) Brass Isn't considered a wind instrument... It's a special type of instrument that requires vibrations to make noise, as opposed to wind.

OpenStudy (beccaboo333):

O.o orchestraaaaassss