symphony

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When you write a symphony, you do it out of yourself, but not by yourself.

"I wonder if you realize what an event for your friends this symphony was," Sally broke in.

Without my friends, my symphony would have been left unwritten.

Necessarily the opera must be more romantic than the symphony.

There was nothing in the world she loved so much as a symphony orchestra.

The symphony clearly reflects the spirit of the cantata, which follows.

In 1811 another was held, for which he wrote his first symphony.

He gave a series of symphony concerts which aroused the greatest enthusiasm.

His first symphony appeared in 1851, and was performed with success.

If I were a musician I would take it as the subject for the adagio in a Wesleyan symphony.

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