A report on ChoirMusical ensemble and Orchestra

Evensong rehearsal in the quire of York Minster, showing carved choirstalls
The King & Carter Jazzing Orchestra photographed in Houston, Texas, January 1921
The Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse in public performance at the Grain Hall of Toulouse
Egyptian Alexandria Jewish choir of Rabbin Moshe Cohen at Samuel Menashe synagogue, Alexandria, Egypt
The Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestral is an example of a large classical musical ensemble.
Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra at the 2 March 1916 American premiere of Mahler's 8th Symphony
The boychoir Cantores Minores in the Helsinki Cathedral in 2013
Pori Worker's Society Brass Band in the 1920s in Pori, Finland
Conducting an orchestra
Lambrook School choir in the 1960s, a typical boys' school choir of the time
The Kneisel String Quartet, led by Franz Kneisel, is an example of chamber music. This American ensemble debuted Dvořák's American Quartet, opus 96
Apo Hsu, using a baton, conducts the NTNU Symphony Orchestra in Taipei, Republic of China
One possible layout
an Iranian musical ensemble in 1886
Choir in front of the orchestra
London Symphony Orchestra, Barbican Hall
Relief, now in Athens, showing Dionysus with actresses (possibly from The Bacchae) carrying masks and drums
A concert band.
Church singing, Tacuinum Sanitatis Casanatensis (14th century)
Suzi Quatro is a singer, bassist and bandleader. When she launched her career in 1973, she was one of the few prominent women instrumentalists and bandleaders in rock music
Luca della Robbia's Cantoria, Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence
Baroque cantata with one voice per part

A choir (also known as a chorale or chorus) is a musical ensemble of singers.

- Choir

Some music ensembles consist solely of instrumentalists, such as the jazz quartet or the orchestra.

- Musical ensemble

Other music ensembles consist solely of singers, such as choirs and doo wop groups.

- Musical ensemble

Choirs may sing without instrumental accompaniment, with the accompaniment of a piano or pipe organ, a small ensemble, or an orchestra.

- Choir

The Ninth asks for a second pair of horns, for reasons similar to the "Eroica" (four horns has since become standard); Beethoven's use of piccolo, contrabassoon, trombones, and untuned percussion — plus chorus and vocal soloists — in his finale, are his earliest suggestion that the timbral boundaries of symphony might be expanded.

- Orchestra

Orchestras, choirs, concert bands and other sizable musical ensembles such as big bands are usually led by conductors.

- Orchestra
Evensong rehearsal in the quire of York Minster, showing carved choirstalls

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Herbert von Karajan conducting in 1941


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Herbert von Karajan conducting in 1941
Giuseppe Verdi conducting his opera Aida in 1881
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in 1985
Conductor's score and batons on a lit, extra-large conductor's music stand
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A conductor, Gerald Wilson, leads a jazz big band
A military conductor leads the U.S. Navy band during Memorial Day ceremonies held at Arlington National Cemetery.
David Baker, a music educator, composer and conductor, (far left) leads the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra during the NEA Jazz Masters awards ceremony and concert in 2008.

Conducting is the art of directing a musical performance, such as an orchestral or choral concert.

Orchestras, choirs, concert bands, and other sizable musical ensembles such as big bands are usually led by conductors.