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or·ches·tras

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of orchestras in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of orchestras in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of orchestras in a Sentence

  1. The Hollywood Reporter:

    The crippling economics of Broadway have long since ushered in the era of downsized casts and mini-orchestras, so the sheer spectacle value of an opulently costumed 50-member troupe, accompanied by 29 musicians in the pit, is enough to make a musical-theater lover's head explode.

  2. Conductor Ludwig Wicki:

    To have guitar players and all these instruments with orchestras is unusual and it's very difficult to find the right musician who can do that.

  3. Director Rory Jeffes:

    For the first time the Concert Hall will deliver the true ambitions of the original creators, people will be able to enjoy the great orchestras of the world in one of the greatest acoustics in the world.

  4. Keiichiro Shibuya:

    This work is a metaphor of the relations between humans and technology. Sometimes the android will get crazy, human orchestras have to follow. But sometimes humans can cooperate very comfortably.

  5. Anca Badiu:

    This festival says a lot about us, just the fact that we have world-renowned orchestras who come here to play, the Enescu festival equals Romania and music wipes away all of our problems.

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