semiclassical

adjective
semi·​clas·​si·​cal | \ ˌse-mē-ˈkla-si-kəl , ˌse-ˌmī-, -mi-\

Definition of semiclassical

: of, relating to, or being a musical composition that is intermediate in style between classical and popular music

First Known Use of semiclassical

1847, in the meaning defined above

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