Definition of Quintets

1. Noun. (plural of quintet) ¹



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Definition of Quintets

1. quintet [n] - See also: quintet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quintets

quintas
quintate
quintates
quintating
quinte
quintenary
quintennial
quinternion
quinternions
quintes
quintessence
quintessences
quintessential
quintessentially
quintet
quintets (current term)
quintett
quintette
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quintic function
quinticlave
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quintics
quintile
quintiles
quintillion

Literary usage of Quintets

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1. Biographical Dictionary of Musicians: With a Bibliography of English by James Duff Brown (1886)
"Six quintets for strings ; op. 21. Six quintets for flute, 2 vns., viola, ... Unnumbered works consisting of Sonatas, Trios, Symphonies, quintets, Quartets, ..."

2. A Biographical Dictionary of Musicians by Theodore Baker (1905)
"8 flute- quintets w. strings, i ciar.-quintet, 2 string- quintets, i pf.-quartet, 3 violin-sonatas, II rondos and caprices f. violin, a concertante f. vin. ..."

3. A Biographical Dictionary of Musicians by Theodore Baker (1905)
"quintet, 2 string- quintets, i pf.-quartet, 3 violin-sonatas, и rondos and caprices f. violin, a concertante f. vin. and 'cello w. orch. ..."

4. Stokes' Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians: Covering the Entire Period of by Leander Jan De Bekker (1908)
"... chorus, and orchestra, songs, con- chosen biographer, although he failed certo in F for violin; two quintets for to write the biography. ..."

5. Three Busy Weeks: Dr. Andrew Carnegie at Perth, Edinburgh, Greenock, Falkirk by Andrew S. Cunningham, Andrew Carnegie (1902)
"quintets of flags hung from the walls, while lending particular beauty to the appearance of the area were tables of plants all round the hall. ..."

6. Famous Composers and Their Works by John Knowles Paine, Theodore Thomas, Karl Klauser (1891)
"The quintets in С major and G minor were composed in 1787, the 1) major in 1790, ... These four quintets follow the path pointed out by the six quartets. ..."

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