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Origin of philharmonic
Examples from the Web for philharmonic
Credit Suisse has been the exclusive Global Sponsor of the New York Philharmonic since 2007.The New York Philharmonic Kicks Off its 170th Season|Daily Beast Promotions|September 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Philharmonic President and Executive Director Zarin Mehta has high hopes for the 2010–11 season as well.The New York Philharmonic and Credit Suisse Kick Off the 2010-11 Season with a Free Dress Rehearsal|Daily Beast Promotions|September 22, 2010|DAILY BEAST
On Monday morning, the Philharmonic announced that financier Henry R. Kravis will donate that impressive sum to the symphony.
Do not buy the big, pre-assembled block of knives with more pieces than the London Philharmonic.
Finally, the last Philharmonic is on the 11th, where I am to conduct some piece.Letters of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy from Italy and Switzerland|Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Meanwhile my turn had come to direct one of the Philharmonic concerts, and I had created no less sensation than with my solo play.Louis Spohr's Autobiography|Louis Spohr
I promise to bring with me two new large symphonies, which shall become the exclusive property of the Philharmonic Society.Musical Myths and Facts, Volume II (of 2)|Carl Engel
For many years he had led the Philharmonic orchestra and those of the great provincial festivals.
To settle the argument the skeptical friend called the office of the Philharmonic.The World's Great Men of Music|Harriette Brower
Word Origin for philharmonic
1813 (in the name of a society founded in London for the promotion of instrumental music), from French philharmonique (1739), from Italian filarmonico, literally "loving harmony," from Greek philos "loving" see philo-) + ta harmonika "theory of harmony, music," from neuter plural of harmonikos (see harmonic). The Society name was taken up in the names of many symphony orchestras.