Ноты фортепианного марша из моего детского альбома.
10 законов инструментовки
First Law: Loud notes tend to be heard, and soft notes tend to be covered.
Second Law: Outer voices tend to be heard, and inner voices tend to blend.
Third Law: Unique timbres tend to be heard, and similar timbres tend to blend.
Forth Law: Moving lines tend to be heard, and sustained lines tend to be covered.
Fifth Law: High notes hardly ever mask low notes, and low notes rather easily mask high notes.
Sixth Law: Musicians cannot play lines beyond their level of musicianship.
Seventh Law: Musicians cannot play lines beyond the capacities of their instrument.
Eighth Law: Musicians tend to play given lines with the minimum effort required.
Ninth Law: Musicians play most musically when musical lines are not given to, but written for their instrument.
Tenth Law: Wrong and/or unclear notations and instructions lead to wrong and/or unclear performances.