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sextet

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Music a group of six singers or instrumentalists or a piece of music composed for such a group
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Typically tuneful and rather Germanic, it ties in beautifully with Mozart's String sextet after the Sinfonia Concertante, K.
This was also the first year in the workshop's history that the participants performed the complete Dauprat Sextets.
Concertante tackled both the Dvorak and the Brahms sextets, fully capturing the energy, lilt, delight, mesmerizing interplay and lush conviction of those pieces.
The two sextets, written four years apart, mix intensity and solemnity with gentle lyricism and charm.
With nostalgic reverence, vocalist James Chadwick and his Swing Sextet reveal the Sinatra songbook with such classics as Tender Trap, My Way, Love And Marriage and, of course, the Ol' Blue Eyes anthem New York New York.
no to seduction of spectator"--Jerome Bel takes as a given the commandments of radical dance in America laid down by Yvonne Rainer in her notes for the 1965 Parts of Some Sextets.
Over 15 tracks, he sings and plays in various settings, from sextets to duets with his wife, singer Jessica Molaskey.
Quartets and sextets also are very valuable in group teaching.