M 1000 - collections, two or more composers
M 1001 - Orchestral symphonies
M 1002 - Symphonic poems
M 1003 - Suites and cyclical works for orchestra
M 1004 - Overtures
M 1005-1039 - Solo instrument with orchestra
M 1040-1041 - Two or more instruments soloing with orchestra
M 1042 - Concertos for orchestra
M 1060-1075 - Arrangements for orchestra
Utah Valley Youth Symphony's Philharmonia Orchestra plays Polovetsian Dances from "Prince Igor" at Abravanel Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah March 3, 2014. Conducted by Cheung Chau.
Taken from an article by Christine LaPierre for the Mount Royal Conservatory
Did you know that participating in orchestra will teach your children important team-building skills that will last them a lifetime?
A good orchestra leader emulates what a good team leader does to keep his team focused on reaching their goal. Here are a few that I observed:
As a leader, he made the children accountable for their role in the orchestra. After playing a difficult part of the piece, he asked, ”Does it work?” The children were able to assess themselves and their progress.