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noun as in band

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It was a matter of making sure that the instruments played together in symphony.

When we watch at home, when we watch with our attention scissored up by other screens, that amplitude of feeling is next to impossible, like listening to a symphony from outside the concert hall.

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Last year, only 8 percent of pieces performed by major symphony orchestras were composed by women.

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Now in his inbox he suddenly had evidence of the full symphony.

Blumenthal Center for the Performing ArtsThe Blumenthal Center for the Performing Arts is an excellent venue for local symphony, opera, dance & theater companies, as well as a film & photography museum.

If Japanese whisky is like a symphony, then I am a contented listener.

And the Marc show where the only song was Bittersweet Symphony.

It runs as a polyphonic symphony compared to the simple percussion section of the heart or the synchronized cellos of the liver.

But seriously, what do you get when mix the Seattle Symphony with Sir Mix-A-Lot?

Members of the San Francisco Symphony orchestra make $160,000 a year.

He directed the Ninth Symphony, and played twice himself with orchestral accompaniments.

Then came two pieces by the orchestra; next, my three solos in a row, and a symphony of Haydn closed the programme.

One year he was carried away by Beethovens Eighth Symphony, the next he pronounced it very nice, but nothing more.

In consequence of his illness, Tchaikovsky was unable to finish the symphony during the summer.

His symphony was severely criticised, rejected, and pronounced unworthy of performance.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to symphony, such as: concert, music, orchestra, and harmony.

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