scored for the deafening and the forlorn

SuprunP

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Swann, who had known the Master as a child, once told me that in those days Bergotte’s voice was as full as his brothers’ and sisters’ of these more or less family inflections, outbursts of violent glee alternating with slow melancholy murmurs, and that when they were all together in the play-room, the young Bergotte could be heard holding his own amid a chorus scored for the deafening and the forlorn.
(In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower; M. Proust)

Would you be so kind as to tell me whether I have understood it correctly to mean 'for those who are very loud'?

Thanks.
 
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