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No, it doesn't. Full orchestra is a technical term of music, and is generally used without an article. It does not have quite the same meaning as the ordinary noun phrase the/a full orchestra: it refers to something like a property or quality of a piece of music, rather than an actual physical orchestra. A couple of example from the Corpus of Global Web ...


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Aubade literally a Song for Dawn, is used figuratively. Auden's lovely poem which does what you say is called Lullaby: "Lay your sleeping head my love "Human on my faithless arm...


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A non-negative term I've heard people use to describe themselves or others is "old-school."


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Describing someone as a fossil or a relic seems to fit here.


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Sounds to me like the word "Conservative" fits very well with what you are describing. Other single word synonyms: Traditionalist Orthodox


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Sometimes the term "luddite" is used when speaking about someone who refuses to use new technologies or methods, despite how convenient or labor-saving they may be.


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Reactionary: someone who opposes political or social progress or reform. Highly conservative and favours a return to an earlier, more disciplined, social order. [Sources]: Oxford Dictionaries; Wiki Diehard (variant spellings): first used on the battlefield in the mid C19th, then to describe Conservative politicians who were clinging to British imperial ...



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