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[Agendia] Symphony is a suite of assays that analyze hundreds of genes in an individual breast cancer. The test is marketed by Agendia. The results aid physicians in deciding appropriate treatment for each patient. There are four breast cancer tests within the Symphony suite: ...
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A symphony is an elaborate instrumental composition for a full orchestra, consisting usually, like the sonata, of three or four contrasted yet inwardly related movements, as the allegro, the adagio, the minuet and trio, or scherzo, and the finale in quick time. The term has recently been applied to large orchestral works in freer form, with argumen...
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[candy] Symphony is a variety of two chocolate bars made by The Hershey Company under the Hershey brand name. The milk chocolate contains the identical ingredients used in the regular chocolate bars made by Hershey`s, but have varying amounts of some ingredients in order to give a creamier flavor. It marked the first departure from Hershey`...
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[El Khoury] Bechara El Khoury`s Symphony, subtitled The Ruins of Beirut, was composed in 1985. It was the third of a series of works inspired in the ongoing Lebanese Civil War, being preceded by tone poem Lebanon in flames and a Requiem. It is composed of four movements, marked Drammatico, Misterioso, Poetico and Tragique. It was recorded f...
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[n] - a long and complex sonata for symphony orchestra
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Symphony

An extended work for orchestra, often divided into several movements.
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Symphony

Sym'pho·ny noun ; plural Symphonies . [ French symphonie (cf. Italian sinfonia ), Latin symphonia , Greek ...; sy`n with + ... a sound, the voice. See Phonetic .] 1. A consonance or harmony of sounds, agreeable to the ear, whether the sou...
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symphony

symphonic music noun a long and complex sonata for symphony orchestra
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Symphony

• (n.) An instrumental passage at the beginning or end, or in the course of, a vocal composition; a prelude, interlude, or postude; a ritornello. • (n.) A stringed instrument formerly in use, somewhat resembling the virginal. • (n.) An elaborate instrumental composition for a full orchestra, consisting usually, like the sonata, of th...
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(from the article `Fortner, Wolfgang`) ...in Germany. His early style was held to be much influenced by Baroque music; it is highly contrapuntal and melodically severe. Later his music ...
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a lengthy form of musical composition for orchestra, normally consisting of several large sections, or movements, at least one of which usually ... [12 related articles]
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symphony 1. Music in parts, sung or played by a number of performers with pleasing effect; concerted or harmonious music. 2. An elaborate orchestral composition in three or more movements, originally developed from the operative overture, similar in form to a sonata, but usually of grander dimensions and broader style.3. A concert by a symphony or...
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[software] Platform Symphony is a High-performance computing (HPC) software system developed by Platform Computing, the company that developed Load Sharing Facility (LSF). Focusing on the Financial Services Industry, Symphony is designed to deliver scalability and enhances performance for compute-intensive risk and analytical applications. ...
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symphony [Gr.,=sounding together], a sonata for orchestra.The Italian operatic overture, called sinfonia, was standardized by Alessandro Scarlatti at the end of the 17th cent. into three sections, the first and last being fast and the middle one slower in tempo. Since these sinfonie had little music...
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Most important form of composition for the orchestra. It usually consists of four separate but closely related movements, although early works often have three. It developed from the smaller sonata form, the Italian overture, and the concerto grosso. Haydn established the mature form of the symphony, written in slow, minuet, and allegro movements. ...
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[MBTA station] ==Station layout== ==History== The station was opened February 16, 1941 as part of the Huntington Avenue tunnel, which was a WPA project that eliminated street cars from Boylston Street and Copley Square in order to ease congestion. The trolley cars emerge onto the street immediately south of Symphony station. There is a sub-...
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A symphony is an extended musical composition in Western classical music, generally scored for orchestra or concert band. A symphony usually contains at least one movement or episode composed according to the sonata principle. Many symphonies are tonal works in four movements with the first in sonata form, which is often described by music theoris...
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Symphony

Three to four movement orchestral piece, generally in sonata form.
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symphony

an extended piece for full orchestra, usually serious in nature and in several movements.
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A symphony is an extended composition for orchestra and is often comprised of three to five movements.
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an orchestra, or a multimovement form for orchestra.
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Symphony

Three to four movement orchestral piece, generally in sonata form.
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Symphony is a name for girls. The name Symphony is most commonly given to American girls.
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[video game] Symphony is an indie developed shoot-em-up video game produced by Empty Clip Studios. It was released for Microsoft Windows in August 2012, and for Linux and Mac OS X in May 2014. The game is played by manipulating a ship and firing on enemy ships, earning points and collecting power-ups that are dropped by the ships. The patte...
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A long musical score for orchestra divided into three to five movements or sections.
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