philharmonic (adj.)

"loving harmony or music," 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.

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Definitions of philharmonic from WordNet
philharmonic (adj.)
composing or characteristic of an orchestral group;
philharmonic players
philharmonic (adj.)
devoted to or appreciative of music;
the most philharmonic ear is at times deeply affected by a simple air
philharmonic (n.)
a large orchestra; can perform symphonies;
Synonyms: symphony orchestra / symphony