from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A musical composition that has been orchestrated.
- n. Arrangement of music for performance by an orchestra.
- n. Arrangement or control: orchestration of events.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the arrangement of music for performance by an orchestra
- n. a composition that has been orchestrated
- n. the control of diverse elements
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The arrangement of music for an orchestra; orchestral treatment of a composition; -- called also instrumentation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In music, the act, process, science, or result of composing or arranging music for an orchestra; instrumentation.
- n. Figuratively, a harmonious arrangement as of colors in painting.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an arrangement of events that attempts to achieve a maximum effect
- n. an arrangement of a piece of music for performance by an orchestra or band
- n. the act of arranging a piece of music for an orchestra and assigning parts to the different musical instruments
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So, it's a — I don't like to use the word orchestration, that implies more [unclear] about it, than there really was.
ESBs usually also provide a process flow engine for orchestrating the messaging interactions that make up a business process-this layer is often referred to as orchestration or workflow.
One is dazzled by the beauty of an orchestration which is light and pliant, and capable of expressing delicate shades of feeling; and this struck me the more after the solid massiveness of Mahler's orchestration, which is like heavy unleavened bread.
Obama is all about orchestration, which is his choice, but the press should absolutely NOT be going along with it like this.pa. independent
I had no idea spontaneous orchestration occurs when tens of thousands of people all wave white, terrycloth towels above their heads.
D'Albert's strongest point is his orchestration, which is admirably adapted to the text.
Halevy's great talent lies in orchestration, which is here rich and effective; his style, half French, half Italian, is full of beautiful effects of a high order.
I think, too, that the songs are infinitely better than in the old days; not only in the direction of melody but in orchestration, which is often incomparably subtle.
Meistersinger, 'and in the orchestration, which is extraordinarily fanciful and imaginative.
Often, services that compose other services are referred to as orchestration services, sitting right above the services tier (the top block on the architectural "tiers" cake).