English - Vietnamese Dictionary
orchestra /'ɔ:kistrə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- khoang nhạc (trong rạp hát)
- vòng bán nguyệt trước sân khấu ((từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) Hy-lạp dành cho ban đồng ca múa hát)
orchestras'ɔrkɪstrə /'ɔːk-Advanced English Dictionary
+a musical organization consisting of a group of instrumentalists including string players
+seating on the main floor in a theater
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [C+sing./pl. v.] a large group of people who play various musical instruments together, led by a CONDUCTOR: She plays the flute in the school orchestra. + the Scottish Symphony Orchestra + The competition gave the young composer her first opportunity to write for a full orchestra.
See also - CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
2 (the orchestra) [sing.] (AmE) = THE STALLS
large, small | full
The full orchestra includes two pairs of French horns.
| great, top | amateur, professional | philharmonic, symphony | chamber, dance, jazz, string, wind | school, youth
VERB + ORCHESTRA
conduct | lead
ORCHESTRA + VERB
perform (sth), play (sth) | strike (sth) up
The orchestra struck up a lively march.
| tune up
ORCHESTRA + NOUN
in a/the ~
She plays viola in a string orchestra.
| ~ under
the Ulster Orchestra under Philip Ledger
the leader of the orchestra
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