orchestrate

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to compose or arrange orchestral music for a dramatic performance
To arrange or direct diverse elements to achieve a desired effect
{f} compose orchestra music; organize, manage
plan and direct (a complex undertaking); "he masterminded the robbery"
write an orchestra score for
If you say that someone orchestrates an event or situation, you mean that they carefully organize it in a way that will produce the result that they want. The colonel was able to orchestrate a rebellion from inside an army jail. a carefully orchestrated campaign. + orchestration or·ches·tra·tion his skilful orchestration of latent nationalist feeling
orchestration
the control of diverse elements
orchestration
a composition that has been orchestrated
orchestrated
arranged for performance by an orchestra
orchestrates
third-person singular of orchestrate
orchestrating
present participle of orchestrate
orchestration
an arrangement of a piece of music for performance by an orchestra or band
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Assignment of different voices and instruments to a composition
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The routinizing and documenting of work so that the desired results can be consistently achieved It is the elimination of discretion, or choice, from the operating level of a business, so that clients, customers, employees, suppliers, and vendors have a predictable, satisfying experience
orchestration
The art of arranging a musical piece for an orchestra
orchestration
{i} composition of orchestral music; skillful organization
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an arrangement of events that attempts to achieve a maximum effect; "the skillful orchestration of his political campaign"
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The science of combining various instruments of the orchestra
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The assigning of timbres to various parts in a music composition in order to create an expressive effect
orchestration
the act of arranging a piece of music for an orchestra and assigning parts to the different musical instruments an arrangement of events that attempts to achieve a maximum effect; "the skillful orchestration of his political campaign"
orchestration
the process of arranging music for an orchestra
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An orchestration is a piece of music that has been rewritten so that it can be played by an orchestra. Mahler's own imaginative orchestration was heard in the same concert. = arrangement. Art of choosing which instruments to use for a given piece of music. The sections of the orchestra historically were separate ensembles: the stringed instruments for indoors, the woodwind instruments for outdoors, the horns for hunting, and trumpets and drums for battle or royal ceremony. Once entirely dependent on what was available or customary, composers began to explore the musical potential of instrumental combinations with the advent of the modern orchestra in the mid-to late 18th century. The first great orchestration text was written by Hector Berlioz in 1844
orchestration
the arrangement of music for performance by an orchestra
orchestration
The art of writing, arranging, or scoring for the orchestra
orchestration
The arrangement of music for an orchestra; orchestral treatment of a composition; called also instrumentation
orchestration
the act of arranging a piece of music for an orchestra and assigning parts to the different musical instruments
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The art of composing music for particular instruments of the orchestra to enhance the timbre and expressive powers of the ensemble
orchestration
the art of arranging a piece of music for an orchestra; also the study of instruments and their sounds
orchestration
The art of arranging, writing or scoring music for an orchestra
orchestrator
an arranger who writes for orchestras
orchestrator
{i} scorer, music arranger; composer of musical works for an orchestra; organizer, arranger (often of an event)
orchestrator
one who orchestrates
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