orchestrate

[ awr-kuh-streyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF orchestrate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORCHESTRATE

My work with Rimsky-Korsakov consisted of his giving me pieces of classical music to orchestrate.

We agreed that I should orchestrate two parts of the opera and write the final chorus, while he undertook the rest.

He opined that Wagner did not know how to compose nor how to orchestrate; he found the music lacking in warmth.

The three remaining movements are very simple, and it will be pleasant and easy to orchestrate them.

This is perhaps the reason why it now takes me three days to orchestrate a thing that I could formerly have finished in one.

True, there remained three acts to compose and orchestrate—but what was that to a Richard Wagner!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ORCHESTRATE

scores

verbwrite a musical arrangement

scoring

verbwrite a musical arrangement
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