Simple Orchestrations are made to be highly adaptable, and to provide a full, rich sound for small, medium and large orchestras alike. We achieve this in two ways. First, our orchestrations include frequent part doubling. By putting the same musical part in more than one instrument, we hope to help mask the occasional “weak link,” and insure that even orchestras that may not have the full complement of players can have a full, rich sound. Secondly, orchestra parts are defined by their KEY, rather than by instrument name. We do this to give greater flexibility to the director. For example, if you have only one trumpet and one clarinet, you can assign the B flat 1 part to one of them, and the B flat 2 part to the other. An instrument legend is included to help you in assigning parts. Includes string parts.