Definition of Sinfonie

1. Noun. (plural of sinfonia) ¹



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Definition of Sinfonie

1. sinfonia [n] - See also: sinfonia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sinfonie

sinequanons
sines
sinew
sinew-shrunk
sinewed
sinewier
sinewiest
sinewiness
sinewing
sinewish
sinewless
sinews
sinewy
sinfonia
sinfonias
sinfonie (current term)
sinfonietta
sinfoniettas
sinful
sinfull
sinfully
sinfulness
sinfulnesses
sing
sing-along
sing-alongs
sing-jay
sing-kwa
sing-sing
sing-song

Literary usage of Sinfonie

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1. Early Concert-life in America (1731-1800) by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1907)
"sinfonie of Stamitz. ACT II sinfonie of Haydn ... for Flauto sinfonie of Haydn ACT III sinfonie of Bach Quartetto of ..."

2. The Musical World (1869)
"The fundamental ideas of your overture and of my 'Reformations-sinfonie' (which possesses in this respect qualities entirely similar) are more interesting ..."

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