The Orchestrations Orchestrators List is the most epic orchestral list on the internet.
It’s a massive, ambitious list of music by composers, songwriters, arrangers, and orchestras, that I personally created for myself to share with other composers and fans of music.
It was created by my wife, Stephanie, and we put it up on our blog, The Orchestroper, and put up a Google Docs account so that I could share the list with the world.
I’m always on the lookout for new orchestras and singers to add to the list.
So this time, Stephanie and I have made the list public.
I’ve put together a playlist of the most popular orchestrial singers on the web, as well as a list of the top 20 orchestras in the world, as of May 2018.
The list is by no means comprehensive, but it will give you a good idea of what the orchestrals sound like.
It includes songs from the best orchestras on the planet, and also some lesser-known orchestras from around the world that you may not know.
I put the best music in the most beautiful way possible.
I try to focus on the orchestration as much as possible, so if you can’t find the music for the title of the post, I’m sure you’ll find something you like.
I don’t own any of the orchestatical instruments, and I’m not really interested in making money from the list, so please feel free to use it in any way you see fit.
The orchestria list also includes the most-watched music videos on YouTube, which is a great way to discover new orchestrations that you’ve never heard before.
So please take a look.
The Orchestreper list is updated daily, and the composer list is constantly changing.
If you’d like to see the latest updates, check out the Orchestreres Orchestrateers page.
So let’s get started!