Definition of Orchestrator

1. Noun. An arranger who writes for orchestras.

Generic synonyms: Adapter, Arranger, Transcriber
Derivative terms: Orchestrate



Definition of Orchestrator

1. Noun. one who orchestrates ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Orchestrator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orchestrator

orchestra hit
orchestra pit
orchestral
orchestral bells
orchestrally
orchestras
orchestrate
orchestrated
orchestrater
orchestraters
orchestrates
orchestrating
orchestration
orchestrational
orchestrations
orchestrator (current term)
orchestrators
orchestre
orchestrelle
orchestrelles
orchestric
orchestrina
orchestrinas
orchestrion
orchestrions
orchi-
orchialgia
orchichorea
orchid
orchid cactus

Literary usage of Orchestrator

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Choral Orchestration by Cecil Forsyth, Walter Henry Hall (1920)
"And this provision has to be made, not because the orchestrator cannot make ... For example, the orchestrator may have assigned a fragment of melody to that ..."

2. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"Residence, New York - orchestrator Residence, Montclair, NJ - orchestrator Residence, New York. - 2 manual with Player. Emmanuel PE Church, Cleveland, ..."

3. Musical Composition: A Short Treatise for Students by Charles Villiers Stanford (1911)
"That wholesome, if annoying, corrective had its uses, like the metronome; but the player, like the orchestrator, has now to work out his own salvation. ..."

4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians: Being the Sixth Volume of the by George Grove, Waldo Selden Pratt, Charles Newell Boyd (1920)
"They have recently put forth an 'orchestrator' which is adapted to the use of music-rolls with special success. SKINNER, THOMAS. See TUNE-BOOKS, 1800. ..."

5. Lenin's Legacy: The Story of the Cpsu by Robert G. Wesson (1978)
"Beginning in April 1922, he was General Secretary of the Central Committee and chief orchestrator of the apparatus—the incarnation ..."

6. Essentials in Conducting by Karl Wilson Gehrkens (1919)
"But these means of expression are almost wholly under the control of the individual players and of the composer (as orchestrator), and cannot therefore be ..."

7. Music (1901)
"Besides this master work, Vincent d'Indy has produced a number of other works in which he is shown as an orchestrator of the first order. ..."

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