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Nonet

 

(1) A musical composition, generally in sonata form, for nine performers, usually instrumentalists. As a rule the nonet consists of a string quartet or quintet, to which various wind instruments have been added. There are also nonets for wind instruments alone and vocal nonets.

(2) A musical ensemble composed of nine performers.

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(54.) See NONET & SELZNICK, supra note 52, at 73-113; Staszewski, supra note 52, at 250-60.
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Nonet n to = (14-5) (Raise or lower the number to 9.)
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