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- n. Alternative spelling of quintet. A composition for five voices or instruments; also, the set of five persons who sing or play five-part music.
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- n. a musical composition for five performers
- n. a set of five similar things considered as a unit
- n. five performers or singers who perform together
- n. five people considered as a unit
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Crooked StillCountry-elegant quintette Crooked Still was founded in Boston in the mid-aughts.
After becoming a legend in Paris, Boland took off during the '50s with the Chet Baker quintette, and eventually landed Stateside.
L.A. rock quintette White Arrows is the brainchild of fire-charmer Mickey Schiff.
EverestL.A. rock quintette Everest is the sound of deep places.
Air ReviewDallas-based art-folk quintette Air Review is the auditory splendor of lead vocalist Douglas Hale piano, guitar, backing vocalists
American Minor, the freshly New York-based rock 'n' roll quintette, was founded in West Virginia in 2004.
Philly-based alt-rock quintette Dr. Dog started as a side project by vocalists/songwriters Toby Leaman (bass) and Scott McMicken (guitar) of Raccoon back in '99.
Alberta CrossAlberta Cross is the blues-rock quintette founded by Stockholm native Petter Ericson Stakee (vocals, guitar) and Londoner Terry Wolfers (bass) in 2005.
Stars are the Montreal-based rock quintette of Torquil Campbell (songwriter, vocals), Amy Millan (guitar, vocals), Evan Cranley (songwriter, guitar), and Chris Seligman (keyboards), with the help of Pat McGee on drumsticks whilst on the road.
Early in his career, he fronted German indie-rock quintette Nationalgalerie, cutting four records.
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