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symphony
used in Gifted Hands

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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
  • Even Candy became really involved, as a first violinist in the Nedlands Symphony and a vocalist in a professional group.
    p. 129.2
  • One of them was Schubert's Eighth Symphony (Unfinished).
    p. 66.9
  • Besides that, Ward frequently invited me to go with his family to various concerts and symphonies, and he introduced me to a lot of the cultural interests around Detroit that I wouldn't have had the opportunity to attend because of my lack of finances.
    p. 82.5
  • I was even more amazed when I learned that she played violin in the Yale Symphony and Bach Society— not a position for just anybody who could play an instrument.
    p. 89.4
  • *It came as no surprise to me that during her senior year with the Yak Symphony Orchestra, Candy performed in the European premier of the modern opera Mass by the gifted Leonard Bernstein.
    p. 95.9

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