symphony

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Borrowing from Old French simphonie, from Latin symphonia, from Ancient Greek συμφωνία(sumphōnía). Synchronically, syn- +‎ -phony.

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symphony ‎(plural symphonies)

  1. an extended piece of music of sophisticated structure, usually for orchestra
  2. harmony in music or colour, or a harmonious combination of elements
  3. (US, informal) a symphony orchestra

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