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  • He composed in a wide variety of forms for many different types of ensembles.
  • He has also performed with larger ensembles and big-band projects.
  • Most of the songs named as examples above are from the ensemble's early years.
  • The school's various musical ensembles also travel to foreign countries to tour and perform.
  • Her company soon became one of the leading contemporary dance ensembles.
  • These ensembles perform throughout the year at various community events, and performances at the school.
  • The school offers programs in the arts and a variety of musical ensembles.
  • Each dance has been arranged for a wide variety of instruments and ensembles.
  • Works for wind ensembles have been published using different names.
  • Over the last forty years, many composers have written major new works for wind ensemble.
  • In the area of music the city is home to various music and jazz ensembles.
  • There are also many other chamber and school-based musical ensembles.
  • Most contemporary performances are given on the stage with a live ensemble.
  • Most often this convention has been chosen for concert performances, particularly by early music ensembles.
  • Smith's Hill also has a variety of music groups and ensembles.
  • At the same time, he composed small pieces for different ensembles.
  • Many other albums with larger ensembles were recorded with this group as the core.
  • He established a variety of performing ensembles, and students were required to take more music theory and history classes.
  • However, she will continue to plan artistic planning until the ensemble's new music director is appointed.
  • The series features a large ensemble cast which underwent several changes over the show's four-season run.
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Words starting with ensemble

Meaning of ensemble

  • noun A group of musicians playing or singing together
    a string ensemble
  • noun A cast other than the principals
  • noun An assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole
  • noun A coordinated outfit (set of clothing)