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duet

a musical composition for two performers or voices
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Comic duettists Mr and Mrs Leno and their clog-dancing sons had been engaged to appear at the Adelphi Theatre in Liverpool's Christian Street.
Duettists must constantly convey or exchange ideas or emotions to one another.
There is a contest between pipe and electronic organ on Monday, September 21, a Spanish guitar recital by Jonathan Richards on Tuesday, a cello and piano duo of Edward Furse and Craig White on Wednesday and on Friday piano duettists Helen and Harvey Davies.
Cohen's performance was so persuasive that we had to stand back in order to take stock of its virtues: purity of intonation, eloquence of tone, a welldeployed vibrato, articulate bowing, a clear idea of the music's direction, a chamber-music empathy with his various duettists from within the orchestra.
The two lovers, Turkish tenor Tansel Akzeybek, and Italian soprano Romina Casucci, distinguish themselves both individually and as duettists, another stand-out soloist being Italian mezzo Silvia Beltrami as a vain, but not so wicked, stepmother.
The well-known piano duettists have agreed to sponsor the MTNA Senior Duet Piano Competition.
June 2 is the date for Buckeye Auditions State Finals; and the All-Ohio Piano Ensemble/All-Ohio Duettists Competition is June 8, at the Columbus Marriott North.
Duettists were striving for a richer, fuller sound and, incidentally yet importantly, they found it much more practical and comfortable for two people to play side by side at the wider keyboard