Adjective(1) relating to or characteristic or suggestive of a symphony(2) harmonious in sound
(1) Where once every conductor with a record contract had to have a Beethoven and Brahms symphonic cycle, today it seems you're nothing without your complete Bruckner and Mahler.(2) Furthermore, unlike many film composers, he thought of at least some of his movie music as symphonic and arranged his cues into symphonic suites.(3) At this price, this set is definitely worth a listen and should also be the standard recommendation for AlfvÔö£┬«n's symphonic music for many years to come.(4) During the first months of the war Serge Prokofiev wrote his symphonic suite ├ö├ç├┐The year 1941 ├ö├ç├û, and later his Fifth Symphony, as did Aram Khatchaturian his Second.(5) Perhaps, if he hadn't felt such a strong need to establish his credentials as a symphonic composer, we might have had more fabulous American musicals from his pen.(6) A major pleasure of symphonic music lies in a feeling of inexorable transformation - following a close argument or listening to a tale well-told.(7) At times, the music is practically symphonic and then it just as easily turns harsh and destructive.(8) My father prefers everything else, especially symphonic music, but on occasion he'll play traditional Asian music.(9) In the Finale - to my mind, the most miraculous symphonic movement ever written - Jochum and his Bavarians are supremely moving.(10) On the new release, Fitton emphasizes his music's symphonic dimension.(11) The sense of forward momentum doesn't quite get as far as it needs to, and an overenthusiastic attack of subsidiary climaxes weaken the major symphonic climax Simpson has written in.(12) Brahms's chamber and symphonic music has long since triumphed in the concert hall.(13) None of the symphonic music of Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov, Delius, Richard Strauss or Skryabin is without longueurs.(14) It's more allegretto than andante, like a Brahms symphonic intermezzo.(15) There are three halls of different sizes with seating capacity from almost 3000 in the big symphonic hall, to the more intimate chamber space with 750 seats.(16) If Meyer decided to work in longer forms, he might yet give us the folk analogue to Gershwin's symphonic jazz pieces.
1. symphonious ::
1. dissonant ::
2. inharmonious ::
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