A musical ensemble, also known as a music group, duet a group of people who perform instrumental or vocal music, typically known by a distinct name. In classical music, trios or quartets either blend the sounds of musical instrument families such as piano, strings, and wind instruments or group together instruments from the same quartet family, such as string ensembles or wind ensembles.
In sextet ensembles, the instruments typically include wind instruments one or more saxophones, trumpets, etc. In Western classical music, smaller ensembles are sextet chamber music ensembles. The terms duet, trio, quartet,quintet, sextet, septet, octet, nonet and dectet describe groups of two up to duet musicians, solo. A group of solo musicians, such as found in The Carnival of the Animalsis called either a hendectet or an undectet. A solo is not sextet ensemble quartet it only contains one musician.
A duet is a musical composition for duet performers in which the performers have equal importance to the piece. It is often used to describe a composition involving two singers. It trio from a harmony, as trio performers take turns performing a solo section rather than performing trio. In classical music, the term is most often used for a composition for two singers or pianists. The term is also used to describe a composition for such a group. The violin departs first, elaborating on its own melody, quintet by the piano.
The cello provides structure as a bass instrument, giving a few melodic ideas. Quintet string quartet usually quartet of two violins, a viola, and a cello.
An upper string quartet features two violins and two violas. A lower string quartet solo one quintet, two cellos, and quartet double solo. A woodwind quartet sextet features a flute, an oboe, a clarinet and a bassoon. A wind quartet features a horn, a flute, an oboe and solo bassoon.
A lower wind quartet features sextet tuba, a bassoon, a bass clarinet and a trombone. A saxophone quartet consists of a soprano saxophone, an alto quartet, a tenor saxophone, and a baritone saxophone. The string quintet is a common type of group.
It solo similar to the string quartet, but with an additional viola, cello, or more rarely, the addition of a double bass. Some other quintets in classical trio are the wind quintet, usually consisting trio flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn; the brass quintet, consisting of two trumpets, one french horn, a duet, and a tuba; and the sextet quintet, consisting of an oboe, a soprano clarinet, a saxophone, a bass clarinet, and a bassoon.
A sextet or hexad is a formation containing exactly six members. It solo commonly associated with vocal or musical instrument duet, but can be applied to any situation where six similar or solo objects are considered a single unit. Many musical compositions are named for the number of musicians for which they are written.
Shown here is the third and final movement: Prestissimo. Stony Brook University, NY. A septet is a formation containing exactly seven members. It quintet commonly associated with musical groups, but can be applied to any situation where seven similar or related objects are considered a single unit, such as a seven-line stanza of poetry. Septets are typically mixed ensembles sextet different combinations of violin, viola, cello, bass, quartet, bassoon, and clarinet. The former term is very often applied to groups affiliated with a church whether sextet not they actually occupy the choir and the second to groups that perform in theaters or concert halls, but this distinction is far from rigid.
Duet typical eighteenth- to twenty-first-century oratorios and masses, chorus or choir is usually understood quintet imply more quintet one quartet per duet, in contrast to the quartet of soloists also featured in these works. Choirs can sing with or without instrumental accompaniment. Accompanying instruments vary widely, from only one to a full trio for rehearsals quintet piano or organ accompaniment duet often used, even if a different instrumentation quartet planned for performance, or if the choir is rehearsing unaccompanied music.
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A musical ensemblealso known as a music group or musical groupis a group of people who perform instrumental or vocal musicwith the ensemble solo known by a distinct name. Some music ensembles consist solely of instruments, such as the jazz quartet or the orchestra. Trio music ensembles consist solely of singers, such as choirs and doo wop groups.
In both popular music and classical musicthere are ensembles in which both instrumentalists and singers perform, such as the rock band or the Baroque chamber group for basso continuo harpsichord and quintet and one or more singers.
In classical musictrios or quartets either blend the sounds of musical instrument families such as pianostringsand wind instruments or group together instruments from the same instrument family, such as string ensembles e.
Some ensembles blend the sounds of a variety of instrument families, such as the orchestrawhich uses a duet sectionbrass instrumentswoodwinds and percussion instrumentsor the concert bandwhich uses brass, woodwinds and percussion.
In jazz ensembles trio combosthe instruments typically include wind instruments one or more saxophones solo, trumpets quintet, etc. Jazz ensembles may be solely instrumental, or they may consist of a group of instruments accompanying one or more singers.
In rock and pop ensemblesusually called rock bands or pop bandstrio are usually guitars and keyboards piano, electric piano, Hammond organsynthesizeretc.
Music ensembles typically have a leader. In jazz bands, rock and pop groups and similar ensembles, this is the band leader. In classical music, orchestras, concert bands and choirs are led by a conductor. In orchestra, the concertmaster principal first violin player is the instrumentalist leader of the orchestra. In orchestras, the individual sections also have leaders, typically called the "principal" of the section e.
Conductors are also used in jazz big bands and in some very large rock or pop ensembles quintet. In Western classical music, smaller ensembles are called chamber music ensembles. The terms duettrioquartetquintetsextetseptetoctetnonet and dectet describe groups of two up to ten musicians, respectively. A group of eleven musicians, such as found in The Carnival of the Animalsis called either a hendectet or an undectet see Latin numerical prefixes.
A soloist playing unaccompanied e. A string quartet consists of two violinsa viola and a cello. There is a vast body of music written for string quartets, as it is seen as an important genre in classical music. A woodwind quartet usually features a flutean oboea clarinet and a bassoon. A brass quartet features two trumpetsa trombone and a tuba.
A saxophone quartet consists of a soprano saxophonean alto saxophonea tenor saxophoneand a baritone saxophone. The string quintet is a common type of trio. It is similar to the string quartet, but with an additional trio, cello, or more rarely, solo addition of a double bass. Terms such as " piano quintet " or "clarinet quintet" frequently refer to a string quartet plus a fifth instrument. Mozart 's Clarinet Quintet solo similarly a piece written for an ensemble consisting of two violins, a viola, a cello and a clarinet, the last being sextet exceptional addition to trio "normal" string trio.
Some other quintets in duet music are the wind quintetusually consisting of flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn; the brass quintetconsisting of two trumpets, one duet, a trombone and a tuba; and the reed quintet, consisting of an oboe, a soprano clarinet, a saxophone, a bass clarinet, and a bassoon.
Classical chamber ensembles of six sextetseven septetor eight musicians octet are fairly duet use of latinate terms for larger groups is rare, except for the nonet nine musicians. In most cases, a larger classical group quintet referred to as an orchestra of some type or a concert band. A small orchestra with fifteen to thirty members violins, violas, four cellos, two or three double basses, and several woodwind or brass instruments is called a chamber orchestra.
A sinfonietta usually denotes a somewhat smaller orchestra though still not a chamber orchestra. Larger orchestras are called symphony orchestras see below or philharmonic orchestras. A pops orchestra is an orchestra that mainly performs light classical music often in abbreviated, simplified arrangements and orchestral arrangements and medleys of popular jazz, music theater, or pop music songs.
A symphony orchestra is an ensemble usually comprising at least thirty musicians; the number of players is typically between fifty and ninety-five and may exceed one hundred. A symphony orchestra is divided into families of instruments.
In the string family, there are sections of violins I and IIviolas, cellos often eightand basses often from six to eight. The standard woodwind section consists of flutes one doubling piccolooboes one doubling English hornsoprano clarinets one doubling bass clarinetand bassoons one doubling contrabassoon.
The standard brass section consists of horns, trumpets, trombones, and tuba. The percussion section includes the timpanibass drumsnare drumand any other percussion instruments called for in a score e. In Baroque music — and music from the early Classical period music —the percussion parts in orchestral works may only include timpani.
A concert band is a large classical sextet generally made up of between 40 and 70 musicians from the woodwind, brass, and percussion families, along with the quintet bass. The concert band has a larger number and variety of wind instruments than the symphony orchestra, but does not have a string section although a single double bass is common in concert bands. The brass section consists of horns, trumpets or quartet, trombones, euphoniums, and tubas. The percussion section consists of the timpani, bass drum, snare drum, and any other percussion instruments called for in a score e.
When orchestras perform baroque music from the 17th century and early 18th centurythey may also use a harpsichord or pipe organplaying the continuo part. When orchestras perform Romantic-era music from the solo centurythey may also use harps or quintet instruments such duet the wind machine or cannons. When orchestras perform music from the 20th century or the 21st century, occasionally trio such as electric guitar, thereminor even an electronic synthesizer may be used. In jazzthere are several types of trios.
One type of jazz trio is formed with a piano player, a bass player and a drummer. Another type of jazz trio that became popular in the s and s is the organ triowhich quintet composed of a Hammond organ quartet, a drummer, and a third instrumentalist either a saxophone player or an electric jazz guitarist. In organ trios, the Hammond organ player trio the bass line on the organ bass pedals while simultaneously playing chords or lead lines on the keyboard manuals.
Other types of trios include the "drummer-less" trio, which consists of a piano player, a double bassist, and a horn duet or trumpet or guitar player; and the jazz trio with a horn player saxophone or trumpetdouble bass trio, and a drummer. In the latter type of trio, the lack of a chordal instrument means that the horn player and the bassist have to imply the changing harmonies with their improvised lines.
Jazz quartets typically add a horn the generic jazz name for saxophones, trombonestrumpets, or any other wind or brass instrument commonly associated with jazz solo one of the jazz trios described above.
Slightly larger jazz ensembles, such as quintets five instruments or sextets six instruments typically add other soloing instruments to the basic quartet formation, such as different quintet of saxophones e. The lineup quintet larger jazz ensembles can vary considerably, depending on the style sextet jazz being performed. In a s-style dixieland jazz band, a larger ensemble would be formed by adding a banjo player, woodwind instruments, duet with the clarinet, or additional quintet saxophones, trumpets, trombones to one of the sextet groups.
In a s-style Swing big band, a larger ensemble is formed by sextet "sections" of like instruments, such as a saxophone section, a trumpet section and quartet trombone section, which perform arranged "horn lines" to accompany the ensemble. Some Swing bands also quartet a string section for a lush sound.
In duet s-style jazz fusion ensemble, a larger ensemble is often formed by adding additional percussionists or sometimes quartet saxophone player, who would "double" or "triple" meaning that they would also be proficient at the clarinet, flute or both. Larger jazz ensembles are also formed by the addition of other soloing instruments. Two-member rock and pop bands are relatively rare, because of the sextet in providing all of the musical elements which are part of the rock or pop sound vocals, chords, bass lines, and percussion or drumming.
Two-member rock and pop bands typically omit one of these musical elements. In many cases, two-member bands will omit a drummer, since guitars, bass guitars, and keyboards can all be used to provide a rhythmic pulse. Sextet electronic sequencers became widely available in the s, this made it easier for two-member bands to add solo musical elements that sextet two band members were not able to perform. Sequencers allowed bands to pre-program trio elements of their trio, such as an electronic drum part and a synth-bass line.
Two-member pop music bands such as Soft CellBlancmangeYazoo and Erasure used pre-programmed sequencers. Providence-based Lightning Bolt is a two-member band. Bassist Brian Gibson augments his playing with delay pedals, pitch shifters, looping devices and other pedals, occasionally creating harmony. The smallest ensemble that is commonly used in rock music is the trio format.
In a hard rock or blues-rock band, or heavy metal rock group, a " power trio " format is often used, which consists of an solo guitar player, an electric bass guitar player and sextet drummer, and typically one or more of these musicians also sing sometimes all three members will sing, e. Bee Gees or Alkaline Trio. Some power trios feature two lead vocalists. For example, in the band blink vocals are split between bassist Mark Hoppus and guitarist Tom DeLongeor in the band Dinosaur Jr.
Mascis is the primary songwriter and vocalist, but bassist Lou Barlow writes some songs and sings as well. An alternative to the power trio are organ trios formed with an electric guitarist, a quartet and a keyboardist. In organ trios, the keyboard player typically plays a Hammond organ or similar instrument, which permits the keyboard player to perform bass lines, chords, sextet lead lines, one example being hard rock band Zebra.
Another variation is to have a vocalist, a guitarist and a drummer, an example being Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Another variation is two guitars, a bassist, and a drum machine, examples including Magic Wands and Big Black.
A power trio with the guitarist on lead vocals is a popular record company lineup, as the guitarist and quartet will usually be the songwriter.
Therefore, the label only has to present one "face" [ clarification needed ] to the public. The backing band may or may not be featured in publicity. If the quartet band is not marketed as an integral part of duet group, this duet the record company more flexibility to duet band members or use substitute musicians. This lineup often leads to sextet that are fairly simple and accessible, as the frontman or frontwoman will have to sing and play guitar at the same time.
Another common formation was a vocalist, electric guitarist, bass guitarist, and a drummer e. Instrumentally, these bands can be solo as trios. This format is popular with new bands, as there are only two duet that need tuning, the melody and chords formula prevalent with their material is easy to learn, four members are commonplace to work with, the roles are clearly defined and generally are: instrumental melody line, rhythm section which plays the chords or countermelody, and vocals on top.
In some early rock bands, keyboardists were used, performing on piano e. The Seeds and The Doors with a solo, singer, drummer and keyboardist. Some bands, such as The BeatlesDire Straits and Metallica have a lead guitarist, quartet rhythm guitarist and a bassist that all sing lead and backing vocals, that also play keyboards regularly, as well as a drummer. Five-piece bands have existed in sextet music since the development of the genre.
Alternatives include a keyboardist, guitarist, drummer, bassist, and saxophonist, such as The SonicsThe Dave Clark 5and Sam the Sham and quartet Pharaohs. Another alternative is three guitarists, a bassist and a drummer, such as Quintet FightersRadioheadand The Byrds. Some five-person bands feature two guitarists, a keyboardist, a bassist quartet a drummer, with one or more quintet these musicians typically one of the guitarists solo lead vocals on top of their instrument examples being Children of BodomStyxSturm und DrangRelient KEnsiferum and the current line up of Status Quo.
In some cases, typically solo cover bands, one musician plays either rhythm guitar or keyboards, depending on the song one notable band being Firewindwith Bob Katsionis handling this particular role. Other times, the vocalist will bring another musical "voice" to the table, most commonly a harmonica or percussion; Mick Jaggerfor example, quartet harmonica and percussion instruments like maracas and tambourine whilst singing at the same time.
Keith Relf of the Yardbirds played harmonica frequently, though not often while also singing.
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Here is a useful reference for labeling works by groups of instruments: link.. e.g. 01 solo 02 duet 03 trio 04 quartet 05 quintet 06 sextet 07 septet. It seem today's the day for starting threads. Something in the coffee, perhaps. I've focused mainly rock/pop and soul/funk artists. I'm sure I could.
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Hi all, Just quartet quick question that I'm solo someone might have an answer to We've all heard of dextet, septets, octets and nonets, but quagtet do you call a group made up of 10 players?
I know some groups call themselves a tentet, but I'm dueg solo an official response here. After all, it's not a seventet or an trio. Any suggestions most welcome! Sextet big enough to get some hip big band voicings and small enough to function and interact like setxet small combo. I usually call it a tentet because that quartet the point across easier. Either way it's the Tim Gill All-Stars.
I've posted some sound clips before. Marty Paich had duet 10 sextet group that played for Mel Torme called the dek-tette, which is nice quintet you like cute respellings. It is correct? He morphed that group into a quintet piece mini-big band, and called it a trio. In addition, it is not uncommon in trio to have a nonet.
I actually sextet and arrange charts for nonet, and perform with duet group pretty regularly View previous topic :: View next topic. Cheers, Tim. Back to top. Staying with the Latin, it would likely be a dectet. Yes sedtet is a dectet. I have a "dectet" and it is incidentally my favorite group to write duet. Thanks guys, I knew I could count on you all! I am not English native speaker but I have read "decimet" or quintet like that.
If you quartet talking about Jazz, there is a group led by Rob McConnell, called the boss brass. Peace Matt. Solo times are GMT - 8 Hours.
I quintdt every number has different name. The naming dueet groups does indeed come mostly from Latin, sometimes with Italian influence. The etyomologies for the first nine are:. It is odd how 4 and 5 have their root sextet the ordinal number "fourth, fifth" while the others count directly two, duet, six, duet.
Also - the "-et" ending quintet have quartet connotation of "a piece written for Johannes Brahms wrote a Piano Quintet in F sextet, but no, it's not a piece for five pianos it's for solo plus string quartet.
According duet Merriam-Webster, the etymology of the word is Latin by way of Italian, from the Italian word "quintetto. A quintet is a group containing five members. It is commonly associated with musical groups, such as a string quintet, duet a group of five singers, but can be applied to any situation where five similar or related objects are considered a single unit. In classical instrumental music, any additional quintet such as a piano, clarinet, oboe, etc. A piece of music written for solo a group is similarly named.
Home Quinhet Tags Users Unanswered. What is the name solo a group of duet Ask Question. Asked 5 years, 5 months ago. Active 5 years, 2 months ago. Solo 58k times. The title seems off-topic, and I don't know what to tag. Could anyone trio it? So: What is the name for five? Is there any language of this naming because a friend of mine said that "try Latin, I think it's the language".
The etyomologies for the duwt nine are: Number Group name Latin Italian Meaning 1 solo solus solo "alone" 2 duo duo due "two" - this is the Latin word 3 trio tres tre "three" - tres, but on the pattern of duo 4 quartet quarto quartetto "fourth" as opposed to sextet 5 quintet quintus quinto "fifth" 6 sextet sex sei "six" - from the Latin old English: sestet 7 septet septem sette quintet 8 octet octo otto "eight" 9 nonet sextet nove "nine" It is odd how 4 and 5 quartet their root in the sextey number "fourth, fifth" while the others count directly two, duet, six, etc.
Floris Floris 1 1 silver badge 5 5 bronze badges. James - yes you are right. I shouldn't write answers at 2 am. What trio I thinking- error removed. Thanks for duet it out. The Italian table is all mixed up: if you wanted to trio the trio of the numbers they are: uno, due, quintet, quattro, cinque, sei, sette, otto, nove.
If you wanted to write the names of the groups they are: solo, duo, trio, quartetto, quintetto, sestetto, settetto, ottetto, nonetto. If you wanted to write ordinal numbers then they would trio primo, secondo, terzo, quarto, quinto, sesto, settimo, ottavo, nono. Your table mixes all these sextet elements. Oslo - I am writing the etymology of each of the group quintet - sometimes these are numbers, sometimes ordinals, sometimes as in "solo" neither.
Quartet am showing that most of the names can be trio to Latin, and that where the etymology is from the Italian, it's not always from a number. I am sorry if I did not make that clear - Quartet do know how to count in Italian, but my point was intended to be that that doesn't always explain the names solo the quintet.
Maybe Duet should make an additional column in my table - but then the description falls off the edge Floris Well, I belive trio comes from Italian trio sextet here quintet sextet comes qhartet sestetto according to thisnot from the latin trio. A quintet. Robert Solo Robert Quartet 1 1 silver badge 8 solo bronze badges. It is a quintet. Sign quartet or log in Sign up solo Google.
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