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sextet

noun [C] uk   /sekˈstet/ us  
a group of six musicians or singers who play or sing together, or a piece of music for six players or singers: a jazz sextet a sextet for strings, oboe and flute
Translations of “sextet”
in Spanish sexteto…
in French sextuor…
in German das Sextett…
in Chinese (Traditional) 六重唱組合, 六重奏樂團, 六重唱(曲)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 六重唱组合, 六重奏乐团, 六重唱(曲)…
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