Definition of Symphonist

1. Noun. A composer of symphonies.

Generic synonyms: Composer



Definition of Symphonist

1. n. A composer of symphonies.

Definition of Symphonist

1. Noun. A composer of symphonies ¹

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Definition of Symphonist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Symphonist

symphile
symphiles
symphilid
symphily
symphonic
symphonic music
symphonic poem
symphonic poems
symphonically
symphonies
symphoniette
symphonious
symphoniously
symphoniousness
symphonise
symphonist (current term)
symphonists
symphonize
symphonized
symphonizes
symphonizing
symphony
symphony-orchestra
symphony orchestra
symphony orchestras
symphoric
symphyseal
symphyses
symphysial
symphysies

Literary usage of Symphonist

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1. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"See also symphonist. Symphoniker (zem-fö'-nek-cr) Ger. a Choral symphony, that is, ... See also symphonist. symphonion 2. An improved Swiss music box. ..."

2. Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Music by William Smythe Babcock Mathews, Emil Liebling (1896)
"symphonist. A composer of symphonies. In France the term symphonist is also applied to a composer of church-music. T. Abbreviation of Tempo ; also of Tenor. ..."

3. Adams' New Musical Dictionary of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases by John Stowell Adams (1865)
"symphonist; a player of symphonies. Symphonies, Intermediate. Short instrumental passages introduced in a vocal performance to relieve the voice and improve ..."

4. Art Life and Theories of Richard Wagner, Selected from His Writings and by Richard Wagner, Edward Livermore Burlingame, William Foster Apthorp (1875)
"The symphonist necessarily cannot construct this melody without his own ... the orchestra of the modern symphonist, on the contrary, will enter into such ..."

5. Art Life and Theories of Richard Wagner: Selected from His Writings and by Richard Wagner, Edward Livermore Burlingame (1904)
"... The symphonist necessarily cannot construct this melody without his own ... the orchestra of the modern symphonist, on the contrary, will enter into ..."

6. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"See also symphonist. Symphoniker (zem-fö'-nek-cr) Ger. a Choral symphony, that is, ... See also symphonist. symphonion 2. An improved Swiss music box. ..."

7. Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Music by William Smythe Babcock Mathews, Emil Liebling (1896)
"symphonist. A composer of symphonies. In France the term symphonist is also applied to a composer of church-music. T. Abbreviation of Tempo ; also of Tenor. ..."

8. Adams' New Musical Dictionary of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases by John Stowell Adams (1865)
"symphonist; a player of symphonies. Symphonies, Intermediate. Short instrumental passages introduced in a vocal performance to relieve the voice and improve ..."

9. Art Life and Theories of Richard Wagner, Selected from His Writings and by Richard Wagner, Edward Livermore Burlingame, William Foster Apthorp (1875)
"The symphonist necessarily cannot construct this melody without his own ... the orchestra of the modern symphonist, on the contrary, will enter into such ..."

10. Art Life and Theories of Richard Wagner: Selected from His Writings and by Richard Wagner, Edward Livermore Burlingame (1904)
"... The symphonist necessarily cannot construct this melody without his own ... the orchestra of the modern symphonist, on the contrary, will enter into ..."

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