sextet


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sextet

, sextette
Music a group of six singers or instrumentalists or a piece of music composed for such a group
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The sextet is just part of its full orchestra which runs to 30 musicians.
This time six musicians from the orchestra will meet on stage and present two string sextets by Russian romantic composer Alexander Borodin and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Iranian delegation's talks with the Sextet are scheduled for 11 am, today (Thursday), presided by the Iranian foreign minister and the EU foreign policy chief.
Deputy chief negotiators from Iran and the sextet wrapped up their last round of talks in Vienna on April 9.
The talks being held are of technical nature with the IAEA and a political one with the sextet group, Najafi said.
The commission, entitled Life in Four Parts For Sextet will feature both composed sections and freely improvised passages.
The Torrey Newhart Sextet performs original tunes from Newhart's first professional jazz album, "Marmara," at 7:30 p.
The Dorset air certainly agreed with the sextet as they competed in one of the premier club foursomes team competitions in the region - the Broadstone Bull - played over one of the top courses in Britain.
The sextet of Steve Humphries, Dave Peters, Darren Butler, Brian Campbell, Steve Collis and Jake Stevens are all part of the Central Operations team based at the company's new Stratford head office.
THE Stu Brown Sextet animates village halls in Wark and Corbridge with Looney Tunes in an evening exploring the weird and wonderful music of 'the man who made the cartoons swing'.
This fact is not lost on playwright Tommy Smith, whose Sextet follows the affairs of Arnold Schoenberg, Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Carlo Gesualdo.
The late Grace Williams, of Barry, wrote the sextet in the 1930s for oboe, trumpet, piano, violin, viola and cello.