Definition of Orchestrators

1. Noun. (plural of orchestrator) ¹



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Definition of Orchestrators

1. orchestrator [n] - See also: orchestrator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orchestrators

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

Literary usage of Orchestrators

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

1. Musical Portraits: Interpretations of Twenty Modern Composers by Paul Rosenfeld (1920)
"There had, no doubt, existed skilful and sensitive orchestrators before him, men who were deeply aware of the nature of their tools, men who, like Mozart, ..."

2. Street Gangs: Current Knowledge and Strategies by Catherine H. Conly (1993)
"They are orchestrators who are concerned not with gang membership per se, but with the crime that gang membership can engender. ..."

3. The Evolution of Modern Orchestration by Louis Adolphe Coerne (1908)
"A somewhat arbitrary selection of representative orchestrators includes Paine, Buck, Foote, Chadwick, MacDowell, Parker. The pioneer of America's great ..."

4. Choral Orchestration by Cecil Forsyth, Walter Henry Hall (1920)
"Indeed in first violin parts this is normal; and many orchestrators contrive a special two-staff violin-part which gives the leading violinist a pleasant ..."

5. The Orchestra by Gian Francesco Malipiero (1921)
"A book on the orchestra by a writer who is himself one of the most remarkable orchestrators of our time, cannot fail to appeal to all who are interested in ..."

6. Modern study of the harp = Létude moderne de la harp by Carlos Salzedo (1921)
"An indispensable method for beginners as well as advanced players, orchestrators and arrangers. THE HARPIST'S DAILY DOZEN by CARLOS SALZEDO "The Harpist's ..."

7. Return to the Fountainhead of the Faith: Explore World Ideologies, Church by Shelley Wood Gauld (2007)
"... Revolution of 1917, individuals soon lost their freedom and became subjugated to the demands of the State—the grand orchestrators of Communist ideology. ..."

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