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First and last chords usually designate the key of a piece - start from home, end back at home after the journey. This way even a non-musical listener will feel a proper trip out and back. Songs in a key will use the same chords whether they are in maj. or relative min. BUT often the min. will use a major fifth in order to return to the root. Thus - in ...
I suggest you find a recording of Benjamin Britten's "The Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra". There are versions on YouTube, iTunes etc. and any classical music shop will stock it on CD or DVD. It was composed specifically to demonstrate the various sections and instruments of the orchestra in turn. It is sometimes recorded with a narration, and ...
I think that the best way to do this is to listen to music at concerts with a score so that you can see which instrument is playing which sound.
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