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  • n. Plural form of philharmonic.

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  • RAZ: One of the premier philharmonics in the world.

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  • Stevens was a professional and amateur bassoonist, performing for philharmonics, orchestras and chamber groups.

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  • I'm inclined to like rich people who give their money away, who endow the wings of hospitals, keep museums afloat and make it possible for philharmonics to play on.

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  • The so-called Orchestra for Gaza includes musicians from five leading European orchestras, including the Berlin and Vienna philharmonics.

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  • Touring with 40-plus musicians from one of the world's most respected philharmonics, he kicked the evening off with an "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You" that took full advantage of his mammoth backing band - strings, brass, timpani, harp and all.

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  • She was a professional and amateur bassoonist, performing for philharmonics, orchestras and chamber groups.

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  • We purchased standing seats to 11 Barbiere di Siviglia and even though there was a language barrier the beauty and acoustics of the building, the dazzling Vienna philharmonics and the passion of the songs made it a once in a life time experience.

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  • He has invitations from the Vienna and Berlin philharmonics and the Cleveland Symphony.

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