Indicates the person who provided the orchestration for a musical work. Orchestration is a special type of arrangement. It means the adaptation of a composition for an orchestra, done in a way that the musical substance remains essentially unchanged. The orchestrator is also responsible for writing scores for an orchestra, band, choral group, individual instrumentalist(s) or vocalist(s). In practical terms it consists of deciding which instruments should play which notes in a piece of music.
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- Release was orchestrated by Artist
- Artist orchestrated Release
- Artist orchestrated Recording
- Recording was orchestrated by Artist
- Work was orchestrated by Artist
- Artist orchestrated Work
- This indicates the date the orchestrator first worked on the orchestration.
- This indicates the date the orchestrator last worked on the orchestration.
- Used if there is a different arranger or composer to whom most of the work of orchestrating is attributed.
- Specifies for which instrument(s) or class of instrument(s) the person did the orchestration.
- Specifies for which vocal(s) the person did the orchestration.
Orchestration, arrangement and instrumentation shows the differences between Orchestrator Relationship Type, Arranger Relationship Type and Instrumentator Relationship Type. If you are unsure, use the Arranger Relationship Type.