- n. alternative spelling of octet.
- n. a set of eight similar things considered as a unit
- n. eight people considered as a unit
- n. eight performers or singers who perform together
- n. a musical composition written for eight performers
“He went on to write arrangements for Count Basie and Benny Goodman, then forged an octette alliance with drummer Kenny Clarke.”
“Margot & The Nuclear So and So's is an indie-folk rock octette from Indianapolis, Indiana, founded in 2004 by Richard Edwards (vocals/guitar).”
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“The others heartily agreeing, the octette again set off in a hurry for the gymnasium.”
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“When the clock struck twelve, I marched majestically to the kitchen, threw open the door, revealed the octette in the enjoyment of a mound of ice-cream and”
“His celebrated octette for strings, Opus 20, was composed in 1825.”
“Austin, Texas-based funk-rock soul octette Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears are Black Joe Lewis, Sugarfoot Watkins, Big Show Varley, Wild Bill, Rooster Andrews, Slyder, McKnight (a.k.a. The Night Train), Zach Erlich, and Sleepy Ramirez.”
“Austin, Texas-based funk-rock soul octette Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears are Black Joe Lewis, Sugarfoot Watkins, Big ...”
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