Definition of Septets

1. Noun. (plural of septet) ¹



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Definition of Septets

1. septet [n] - See also: septet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Septets

septenate
septendecillion
septendecillions
septendecimal
septennate
septennates
septennial
septennially
septentrial
septentrio
septentrion
septentrional
septentrionally
septentrions
septet
septets (current term)
septette
septettes
septfoil
septfoils
septi-
septic
septic abortion
septic arthritis
septic bursitis
septic endocarditis
septic fever
septic infarct
septic intoxication

Literary usage of Septets

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1. The Musical World (1855)
"VIOLONCELLO CONCERTOS and septets to Duets, Instructors, etc. 6. CLARINET, OBOE, FLAGEOLET, BASSOON, HORN, and TRUMPET. Music for these instruments in every ..."

2. Classification. Class M, Music: Class ML, Literature of Music; Class MT by Library of Congress Music Division, Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1904)
"... 1036-1037 1038-1039 Instrumental music. Several solo instruments—Continued. septets. [Same classification and notation as under sextets.] Octets. ..."

3. Classification: Music and Books on Music : M: Music; ML: Literature of Music by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1917)
"700- septets.0 800- Octets.0 900- Nonets.0 Early chamber and orchestral music calling for obsolete string or ..."

4. Periods of European Literature by George Saintsbury (1897)
"It consists of six double stanzas, of fourteen lines or two septets each, finished by a sestet, ... The septets are rhymed ..."

5. The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory by George Saintsbury (1897)
"It consists of six double stanzas, of fourteen lines or two septets each, finished by a sestet, ... The septets are rhymed ..."

6. The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory by George Saintsbury (1897)
"It consists of six double stanzas, of fourteen lines or two septets each, finished by a sestet, ... The septets are rhymed ..."

7. A Testimony of Jesus Christ by Anthony/Charles Garland (2007)
"Although there are many similarities between the septets, the differences are more crucial and determinative. The seals generally differ in content from the ..."

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