musical organisation


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n musical organisation an organization of musicians who perform together
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In literature:

The music-loving German will organise him.
"Three Men on the Bummel" by Jerome K. Jerome
Among these was a Kapellmeister, who organised the music of this nobleman's household.
"Orpheus in Mayfair and Other Stories and Sketches" by Maurice Baring
Ernest and his sister were in Larry's musical organisations and they are quite good friends.
"The Major" by Ralph Connor
There are more soloists, more concerts, more musical organisations than ever before.
"Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday" by Henry C. Lahee
Wiping his brow and whistling, he organised musical chairs; and, after musical chairs, cock-fighting.
"Tell England" by Ernest Raymond
A party was organised, and none were invited but those whose musical proclivities were known to be of a serious order.
"Masters of French Music" by Arthur Hervey
Paganini had an almost morbidly keen musical organisation, an acute sense of hearing, in which he resembled Mozart and Berlioz.
"Nicolo Paganini: His Life and Work" by Stephen Samuel Stratton

In news:

OMD UK was treated to a special gig organised by online music platform Vevo this week and Media Week was there to catch pop sensation Rita Ora performing for the crowd.