Adjective(1) relating to or composed for an orchestra
(1) No waves of orchestral music or familiar songs manipulate the audience's emotional responses.(2) I am madly in love with composing for orchestra and hope to die writing an orchestral piece!(3) This week sees him hook up with the London Symphony Orchestra for four nights of 20th Century orchestral music.(4) You would believe that Debussy himself wrote the orchestral version of Claire de lune.(5) The sensitiveness of the suggestive language could be carried into the music and orchestral setting.(6) In the old version of the film this is scored with orchestral music, which the restoration has wisely removed.(7) It's a stone cold fact that orchestral music either makes you fidget in your seat or it sweeps you away to another place.(8) The music consists of lively orchestral music but only during battles.(9) Recently it has been soundtrack music and orchestral music.(10) Reger, thanks to his experience as a conductor, was a master of orchestral sound.(11) So after four years I moved to London to study orchestral conducting at the Royal College of Music.(12) She has a BA in orchestral conducting and a diploma in advanced performance from the Royal College of Music.(13) I enjoyed listening to this music and the orchestral collaboration is excellent.(14) The beautiful sense of orchestral chamber music the trio brought to the Largo was memorable.(15) In the pit, Bruno Campanella conducts a purposeful yet expressive orchestral performance.(16) Mostly chamber music gets recorded, because orchestral music costs more to record.
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