Definition of Reorchestrate

1. Verb. To orchestrate again, in a new way ¹



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Definition of Reorchestrate

1. orchestrate [v -STRATED, -STRATING, -STRATES] - See also: orchestrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reorchestrate

reoperates
reoperating
reoperation
reoperations
reopped
reopping
reoppose
reopposed
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reopposing
reops
reoptimize
reoptimized
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reoptimizing
reorchestrate (current term)
reorchestrated
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reorchestrations
reordain
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reordaining
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reorder
reorderability
reorderable
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reorderer

Literary usage of Reorchestrate

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"To accompany them with modern harmonies, to reorchestrate, would ruin the pleasing ... We believe there have been attempts to reorchestrate Schumann's ..."

2. In the Garret by Carl Van Vechten (1920)
"... and reorchestrate this great opera of Moussorgsky there is certainly nothing for which I can be blamed; in any case I impute no sins to myself. ..."

3. Stolen Correspondence from the "Dead Letter" Office Between Musical Celebrities by Platon Brounoff (1901)
"Of course, I will have to reorchestrate the whole thing and insert some of my beautiful light melodies. It will sound grand. Imagine "Siegfried's Funeral ..."

4. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"To accompany them with modern harmonies, to reorchestrate, would ruin the pleasing ... We believe there have been attempts to reorchestrate Schumann's ..."

5. In the Garret by Carl Van Vechten (1920)
"... and reorchestrate this great opera of Moussorgsky there is certainly nothing for which I can be blamed; in any case I impute no sins to myself. ..."

6. Stolen Correspondence from the "Dead Letter" Office Between Musical Celebrities by Platon Brounoff (1901)
"Of course, I will have to reorchestrate the whole thing and insert some of my beautiful light melodies. It will sound grand. Imagine "Siegfried's Funeral ..."

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