orchestrally

orchestral

[awr-kes-truhl]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or resembling an orchestra.
2.
composed for or performed by an orchestra: orchestral works.

Origin:
1805–15; orchestr(a) + -al1

orchestrally, adverb
nonorchestral, adjective
nonorchestrally, adverb
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orchestra (ˈɔːkɪstrə)
 
n
1.  symphony orchestra string orchestra See also chamber orchestra a large group of musicians, esp one whose members play a variety of different instruments
2.  a group of musicians, each playing the same type of instrument: a balalaika orchestra
3.  Also called: orchestra pit the space reserved for musicians in a theatre, immediately in front of or under the stage
4.  chiefly (US), (Canadian) the stalls in a theatre
5.  (in the ancient Greek theatre) the semicircular space in front of the stage
 
[C17: via Latin from Greek: the space in the theatre reserved for the chorus, from orkheisthai to dance]
 
orchestral
 
adj
 
or'chestrally
 
adv

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