Definition of Septuor

1. n. A septet.



Definition of Septuor

1. septet [n -S] - See also: septet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Septuor

septum of tongue
septum orbitale
septum pellucidum
septum primum
septum rectovesicale
septum secundum
septum sinuum frontalium
septum sinuum sphenoidalium
septum spurium
septum tubae
septumless
septums
septuor (current term)
septuors
septuple
septupled
septuples
septuplet
septuplets
septupling
septæmia
sepulcher
sepulcheral
sepulchered
sepulchering
sepulchers
sepulchral

Literary usage of Septuor

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1. Music and Manners in France and Germany: A Series of Travelling Sketches of by Henry Fothergill Chorley (1844)
"True Character of the Music of " Les Huguenots." —. Its Solos thoroughly French. — Its Choruses.—'Sketch of the first — second — third Acts. — The septuor. ..."

2. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1856)
"What was ill" " I should like to have all the chief persons brought together in the fourth act, so as to have a septuor I" But that's impossible ! ..."

3. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1877)
"Beside myself, I forthwith seized Joseph's violin, promised to supply his place as far as I could;—and we began the septuor. Ah, what a delight it was! ..."

4. The Musical World (1860)
"The " septuor " from Les Huguenots, about tho execution of which so much has ... The director very judiciously withdrew from the programme " La septuor," ..."

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