The "cacophony" complained of is not, unfortunately, in nubibus.
Then it was cacophony, a thousand different shouting voices.
A cacophony of loud shouts from behind him told of the arrival of reinforcements.
The silence was as startling—and nearly as unbearable—as the cacophony had been.
The dissociation of conventional keys was rigorously practised, and at times we were in the profoundest gulfs of cacophony.
Men to me were a sort of musical instrument from which I could evoke any harmony or cacophony I chose.
He slid the broad warehouse door closed behind him with a cacophony of dry screeches and padlocked it.
Cacophony—harsh, discordant, unpleasant, especially incorrect combinations of tones.
Euphony—agreeable tone combinations; the opposite of cacophony.
Consequently they have sacrificed their Italian birthright of melody for all kinds of cacophony.