Meaning of orchestrally in English:


Pronunciation /ɔːˈkɛstrəli/


See orchestral

‘He also wrote a substantial quantity of orchestrally accompanied church music in which solo, ensemble, and choral textures are effectively mixed in a way that to some extent foreshadows Haydn.’
  • ‘I first encountered the music in the orchestral version and have a preference for it; it seems to me that the music was conceived orchestrally.’
  • ‘Bearing in mind he always thought orchestrally, we had to establish exactly the right fingering.’
  • ‘Dark harmonically and orchestrally, unfortunately it fails to develop a good musical idea into a more evolved work.’
  • ‘Rheingold is so accessible, so lyrical, so orchestrally lush, so beautiful.’