sextet


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Synonyms for sextet

a musical composition written for six performers

the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one

six performers or singers who perform together

a set of six similar things considered as a unit

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six people considered as a unit

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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 sextet features keyboardist Newhart, who is studying for his master's degree in music at the University of Oregon, plus Adam Harris on saxophone, Tony Glausi on trumpet, Eddie Bond on guitar, Sean Peterson on bass and Adam Carlson on drums.
SIX OF THE BEST: Kenilworth Golf Club's sextet who won Best Visiting Team at Broadstsone.
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'.
The late Grace Williams, of Barry, wrote the sextet in the 1930s for oboe, trumpet, piano, violin, viola and cello.
A string sextet signals a transition to compositional mature superstardom.
STEVE COOMBE 6TET Dempsey's Irish Bar, Cardiff Tel: 029 2028 2024 Multi-instrumentalist Steve toured Australia and Europe last year and his latest project is this sextet.
Purveyors of psyche-tinged rock 'n' roll, the sextet showed plenty of promise but at times failed to convince.
Schmazz are offering a pair of access all area passes for the Graeme Stephen Sextet.
He came to prominence in London in the late '60s pursuing a wide range of projects with his sextet and 50-piece ensemble Centipede.
The draw for longtime fans is the inclusion of three previously unheard tracks that Rawls cut with Texas tenorman Curtis Amy's sextet.
Themed around the sextet of cities in which Dada was manifest to varying degrees (Zurich, Berlin, Hanover, Cologne, New York, and Paris), this complex and compelling show features a myriad of painters, poets and provocateurs.