Symphonic [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Symphonic:

It is the Pandaean mystery unfolded with symphonic accompaniment.

After Beethoven, he said symphonic form could proceed no higher.

The symphonic poem, "Edris," was also 380 performed by the Thomas Orchestra.

It is a symphonic prologue to Heine's tragedy, "William Ratcliff."

The 242 modern writer does much better with the symphonic poem.

The program included also a symphonic rhapsody on cow-boy melodies.

He wanted his symphonic poems to express emotions and their development.

Spitta expresses his sense of their importance by the word 'symphonic.'

Villiers dreamed of a symphonic drama with a densely woven web.

Tosca does not offer us declamation as a key to symphonic music nor symphonic music as a key to declamation.