Translation of symphonic in Spanish:

symphonic

sinfónico, adj.

Pronunciation /sɪmˈfɑnɪk//sɪmˈfɒnɪk/

adjective

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    sinfónico
    • My father prefers everything else, especially symphonic music, but on occasion he'll play traditional Asian music.
    • Matthews has defined symphonic music as being one which ‘contrasts dynamic energy with passivity’.
    • The finale follows immediately - a big symphonic waltz à la Dvorák or Nielsen.
    • Furthermore, unlike many film composers, he thought of at least some of his movie music as symphonic and arranged his cues into symphonic suites.
    • From quietly beautiful chamber pieces, to daring set ups of symphonic proportions, there have, indeed, been many offerings to relish from across the globe.
    • If the instrumentation is more sparse, the music is no less symphonic in its scale and approach than we would hope.
    • The symphonic character of Gustav Mahler's music gave me the freedom to create a drama out of the music rather than retell a pre-written story.
    • Tristania combines rock, Goth, death metal, black metal, classical music and symphonic rock on February 18 at Manchester Academy.
    • It can't modulate, and thus, in the context of symphonic music, cannot give you the sense of transformation.
    • A concert of American symphonic jazz will be staged in Shanghai this Saturday.
    • If Meyer decided to work in longer forms, he might yet give us the folk analogue to Gershwin's symphonic jazz pieces.
    • At times, the music is practically symphonic and then it just as easily turns harsh and destructive.
    • On the new release, Fitton emphasizes his music's symphonic dimension.
    • The last two works were part of the new genre of symphonic ballets; the idea of setting dance to symphonic music was a cause of great controversy at the time.
    • The sense of forward momentum doesn't quite get as far as it needs to, and an overenthusiastic attack of subsidiary climaxes weaken the major symphonic climax Simpson has written in.
    • Instead of allowing you to enjoy the natural symphonic presentation of his music, you get some awful '80s-synth revamp.
    • No conductor did more to bring Mahler into the symphonic mainstream, and none did more to consolidate this orchestra's special relationship to Mahler's music.
    • Our last concert was a programme bursting with superb concert band, symphonic, jazz and choral sounds.
    • The Finale is almost symphonic in breadth and nature and the whole quartet is one of the overlooked masterpieces of the genre.