VIOLIN - VIOLA - CELLO - DOUBLE BASS - PIANO
The violin is the smallest and most high-pitched in string family. The violin reads notes in the treble clef.
The viola is slightly bigger than a violin and slightly lower-pitched. The viola reads notes in the alto clef.
The cello is a larger instrument with a lower sound. It is played sitting down. The cello reads notes in the bass clef.
The bass is the largest and lowest sounding string instrument. It is played standing up or leaning on a bench. The bass reads notes on the bass clef.
The piano has a wide range of pitch and is played by reading notes in the treble and bass clef.