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symphony
used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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Definition
a long and complex piece of music — typically for full orchestra in four parts;

or:  an orchestra that plays such; or such a performance
  • It's as if we're conducting a symphony of harps through our fingers, and it sets us to laughing.
    Chapter 24 (31% in)

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