Definition of symphony
- a symphony of flavors
the satisfying symphony of color in Renoir's canvases
a performance of a Bach concerto by the San Antonio Symphony
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: a long piece of music that is usually in four large, separate sections and that is performed by an orchestra
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to emit the high shrill tone of bagpipes
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