Translation of orchestral in Spanish:

orchestral

Pronunciation: /ɔːrˈkestrəl; ɔːˈkestrəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [music] orquestal; [player] de orquesta; [piece] para orquesta, orquestal
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    • By 1800 Beethoven was writing more orchestral music, and the sonatas began to break away from the symphonic mould.
    • The beautiful sense of orchestral chamber music the trio brought to the Largo was memorable.
    • You would believe that Debussy himself wrote the orchestral version of Claire de lune.
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    • From Auckland, Vivian had been an orchestral conductor while Harold played clarinet.
    • Reger, thanks to his experience as a conductor, was a master of orchestral sound.
    • No conductor presently active commands more respect from orchestral players than Lorin Maazel.

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