[ UK /ˈɔːkɛstɹɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɔɹkəstɹə/ ]
NOUN
  1. seating on the main floor in a theater
  2. a musical organization consisting of a group of instrumentalists including string players
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How To Use orchestra In A Sentence

  • I had written quite a lot of orchestral music in my student days.
  • Their preferences ultimately shaped the place of worship that Warren built, and the result of that consumer-driven approach to creating Saddleback is a deliberately contemporary, highly professionalized operation with a carefully orchestrated feel-good atmosphere. American Grace
  • The orchestrated escort and the accompanying police violence in clearing the picket reflected the involvement of city based police, the local constabulary having been cooperative with the workers.
  • Her father used to orchestrate proofs about evil as a way of persuading his flock to convert. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • Orchestral music and opera are expensive because they need large numbers of people. Times, Sunday Times
  • Poland has ten symphony orchestras, seventeen conservatories, over one hundred music schools, and almost one thousand music centers.
  • The soloist and orchestra achieve wonderful clarity and fine ensemble.
  • The only element of the production that fails to satisfy is the heavily miked, synthesizer-dominated orchestra, which sounds artificial and dead. A 'King' That Is Full of Aces
  • The orchestra itself (ten violins, three violas, etc.) is of a healthy (but not anachronistic) size - another plus to this recording.
  • Supported by an angelic chorus and lush orchestration, Gibb extolled the virtues of "fingering foreign dirty holes," arguing that while love may be grand, he'd rather "let 'coupledom' die Spinner
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