Definition of orchestration
orchestrationalplay \ˌȯr-kə-ˈstrā-shnəl, -shə-nəl\ adjective
Examples of orchestration in a Sentence
the trade respresentatives are working towards an orchestration of the two countries' often competing economic interests
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The orchestrations by the company’s superb music director, Joel Mercier, are brisk and the ISF orchestra never misses.
The work celebrates the 13 moons of the Native American calendar with Mobilian chants to original jazz orchestrations.
Horns added subtext to violin lines, then led a heroic brass, while the glockenspiel and flute gilded the orchestration.
Among its nine nominations, the show also won for best book for Steven Levenson and best orchestration for Alex Lacamoire.
Other than the clock -- and the limitations of a small band for orchestrations -- there were few restrictions on content.
Still, enough critics preferred Dolly’s orchestrations to give it the tiniest of leads, giving Larry Hochman a chance at his second Tony after Book of Mormon.
Enjoy the heady aromas of grill smoke (without describing them), and relish the orchestrations of communal feast preparation.
His book, score and orchestrations are all nominated.
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