Traducción de orchestrate en Español:

orchestrate

orquestar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈɔrkəˌstreɪt//ˈɔːkɪstreɪt/

verbo transitivo

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    Música
    orquestar
    • Among its new product features is Arrange, a function enabling the use of artificial intelligence to arrange and orchestrate music automatically.
    • In my continuing education I learned that Mendelssohn orchestrated the scherzo of his octet.
    • I believe Bloch also orchestrated it, and it shows up once in a blue moon on concert programs.
    • And yet even here Gould does not merely orchestrate hymns.
    • Barber's skill in assembling and orchestrating this 17-minute work is beyond question.
    • I spent more time orchestrating my next score than looking for work.
    • It is a way of gauging the sophistication with which Newman evoked specific times and places when he orchestrated and arranged the finished tracks.
    • Two years later, ten weeks before his death, Mozart told his wife he was orchestrating the rondo finale for his friend Anton
    • Gloria is not only a multi-instrumentalist (she plays violin and piano) but she also arranges and orchestrates all the music of Rua.
    • At least, listening to his account, a composer would probably know how to go about orchestrating the work.
    • Three of the works have been orchestrated by Panula himself to good effect.
    • What it does have is a collection of pop songs that are decently orchestrated and fleshed out with dense instrumentation.
    • And, if Webern could orchestrate Bach, then why not let Poppen orchestrate Webern?
    • There is no doubt that the singing and the rest of the score are beautifully performed and orchestrated.
    • He originally scored it for electronic sound and Andy Meyers orchestrated it two months ago.
    • It's well co-ordinated and the instrumentation is brilliantly orchestrated.
    • RUA are Liz Madden and Gloria Mulhall who compose, arrange, orchestrate, produce and perform all their own music.
    • Later, he orchestrated the piece which is the one we hear in this recording.
    • It was set to five piano pieces orchestrated by Glazunov and unlike the final version was Polish rather than Romantic in character.
    • Now the question is whether Scheid can orchestrate a winning score for Janus.
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    (violence/revolt) orquestar
    (campaign) organizar
    (campaign) montar
    (campaign) orquestar
    (conference/ceremony) organizar
    • Edmunds has orchestrated several campaigns for Mr Baildon but this one has a new flavour.
    • There are a number of firms in Washington whose business it is to orchestrate phony letter writing campaigns on behalf of pricey clients.
    • Marian Maloney Higgins, head of the hairdressing college is orchestrating the hair style element of the show.
    • Almost every call was less about chatting than about arranging and orchestrating the logistics of family and home life.
    • Phoenix needs its maestro to orchestrate its attack, especially with Cassell on the other side.
    • Remember that the Divine has a keen sense of rhythm in helping to orchestrate your life.
    • Rozema skillfully orchestrates all of these elements together, and the result is a richly textured, entertaining and impressive debut.
    • The organisation had been poised to benefit from a massive campaign orchestrated by the Daily Record.
    • It's a bit disturbing that I was laughing hysterically at a leader who's orchestrating the death of thousands, including our own people.
    • The chairman of a credit union that fired its two managers for misconduct has been accused of orchestrating a campaign to blacken their names.
    • He also orchestrates the hourlong setup, plus the sound check and break down.
    • Both leaders played a major part in orchestrating the EU's pledge at the Lisbon summit in March to copy US-style labour market flexibility.
    • To boost revenue, Pyott is orchestrating a major shift in the company's product mix.
    • Irwin is credited with orchestrating the successful campaign last year that returned Marolt to office after a four-year hiatus.
    • The Federal Government denies it's been orchestrating a smear campaign.
    • The combatants so far proved incapable of ending the civil war, working toward rebuilding the civic and state institutions and orchestrating a comprehensive plan for rehabilitation.
    • Busby was originally accused of orchestrating a hoax letter-bomb campaign against English people living in Scotland in the mid-1990s.
    • George's desires are subsequently orchestrated with terrifying precision.
    • Nick's maid, Betty Pearce, was the one who had helped him orchestrate his plans in the first place, and she was now to be Nora's personal attendant.
    • And they have a slightly alternative soundtrack to which they orchestrate their moves.