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Synonyms for septet

the cardinal number that is the sum of six and one

seven performers or singers who perform together

a set of seven similar things considered as a unit

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seven people considered as a unit

a musical composition written for seven performers

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He was best known as the lead vocalist for Ignacio Pineiro's group, Septeto Nacional.
Asi sucedio por ejemplo en el Festival de Salsa y Verano realizado en julio 18-20 de 2014, que termino con el concierto de "El Nene Lugo", cantante cubano, acompanado por el septeto Son Varadero de Cali.
By the 1920s, the internationalization of salon rumba became evident, particularly with the rise of the Prohibition Era, as well as the circulation of Havana conjuntos or septetos (orchestras composed of seven musicians) between Havana, New York City, and Paris.
3, o Pica-Pau, de 1925, para coro masculino e septeto (clarinete, saxofone, fagote, 3 trompas e trombone), foi dedicado a Oswald de Andrade e Tarcila do Amaral.
21: Cuba's Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro to perform in Miami's Little Havana.
Santurce composer and guitarist Don Felo (Felipe Rosario Goyco) and his Conjunto Aurora were regulars on Industrias Nativas in the 1920s and 1930s, as were the Septeto Puerto Rico, most of whose members lived in Santurce and Puerta de Tierra.
El auge de la musica son se debio tambien a la introduccion de la radio y a la creciente exportacion de musica cubana mas alla de sus fronteras -Septeto Habanero, el Septeto Nacional, el cuarteto Machin, Rita Montaner-.
Revivalist bands, such as a reconfigured Septeto Nacional and a reconstituted Orquesta Aragon, Cuban rap groups such as Orishas and Amenaza, and Latin jazz ensembles, featuring soloists Chucho Valdes and Orlando "Maraca" Valle, are all important components of the Cuban musical landscape.
As a child in the 1920s, Cuban pianist, composer, and arranger Valdes attended concerts by such historic groups as Septeto Habanero, Trio Matamoros, and pianist Antonio Maria Romeu's charanga orchestra.
Predomina el romance, pero acompanado por un variado surtido de formas de la mejor tradicion de las letras castellanas: silva, redondilla, remancillo, quintilla, septeto, letrilla.
By the time it reached Havana in the 1920s, son groups typically added an acoustic bass, a trumpet, and maracas, forming sexteto or septeto ensembles.
Before starting his recording career, Hanny was essentially busking along Havana's long seafront, the Malecon, playing guitar and singing, but emulating the full sound of a son septeto line-up rather than performing in the vieja trova/nueva trova singer-songwriter style.
La pequena frase cumple en Un amor de Swann una funcion decisiva, reproducida y ampliada al final del libro, en El tiempo recobrado, por el septeto del mismo Vinteuil.
A principios de diciembre viajo a Estados Unidos otro de los iconos de la cultura nacional que viven en Cuba: El Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Pineiro.
A finales de la tercera semana de mayo, en Nueva York, a los 97 anos de edad, fallecio Rogelio Martinez, el gran guru de la Sonora Matancera, la orquesta de musica popular mas antigua del mundo que naciera el 12 de enero de 1924, en Matanzas, Cuba, primero con el nombre de Tuna Liberal y mas tarde como Septeto Soprano.