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Some good suggestions in other answers, I'd suggest in addtion that you take an online course, as there are quite quite good ones and freely available on MOOC plataforms such as Coursera and edx. For your situation the course Developing Your Musicianship (from Berklee college), available in both plataforms, seems a particularly suited starting point.
I appreciate that you're interested in learning an instrument. Well, choose an instrument that you wish to play, I feel it might be little easier for you to find books on how to play that instrument after you find that out. If you want to learn basics of music, this website http://www.musictheory.net/ would be really helpful as the lessons are taught with ...
I fear that your question is so broad that it might well be put on hold, or you might be asked to make your question a bit narrower, but have a possible recommendation: Hindemith's book - "Elementary Training for Musicians" would certainly enable you learn all the basics of music, such as rhythm, notation, scales etc. It is a tough book to work through, ...
The four types of strings in the orchestra spend most of there time in different parts of the over all register. If you think about how the clefs work it becomes apparent. Think about where middle C is in the various clefs of the string instruments No as you can see the noation for the violin generally speakling is above middle C. The violin can actually ...
Yes, they are always part of an orchestra. A traditional orchestra will have violins violas cellos basses They do not always have the same part as the violins.
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