Definition of Quartetts

1. quartett [n] - See also: quartett



Lexicographical Neighbors of Quartetts

quartersaw
quartersawed
quartersawing
quartersawn
quartersaws
quarterstaff
quarterstaffs
quarterstaves
quartervine
quartes
quartet
quartets
quartett
quartette
quartettes
quartetts (current term)
quartic
quartic function
quartic polynomial
quartics
quartier
quartiers
quartile
quartiles
quartine
quartino
quartinos
quartirolo
quartisect
quarto

Literary usage of Quartetts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Story of Chamber Music by Nicholas Kilburn (1904)
"40—String Sextett in Bb—String Sextett in G major—Piano Quartett in G minor—Quintett in F minor— String quartetts — Thematic resemblances — String Quintetts ..."

2. The Story of Chamber Music by Nicholas Kilburn (1904)
"40—String Sextett in B[>—String Sextett in G major—Piano Quartett in G minor—Quintett in F minor— String quartetts — Thematic resemblances — String ..."

3. The Orchestra by Ebenezer Prout (1899)
"With piano quartetts and quintetts this is one of the commonest, as well as most effective, devices (see, especially Mozart's piano quartett in G minor, ..."

4. Modern German Music: Recollections and Criticisms by Henry Fothergill Chorley (1854)
"quartetts AND AMATEURS. 1839. Quartett playing—The Zimmermann quartett—Berlin amateurs —The sister and the mother of Mendelssohn—Female musical ..."

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