The whole; all the parts taken together.
All at once; together.
Working together as a unified whole in support of a common goal.
A group of more than two musicians.
A command that exists to cluster related subcommands together. The core has many examples of this ( info, string, dict, namespace, interp, etc.) and some extensions (e.g. incr Tcl) have special support for creating them using scripts.
Any group where musicians play together. It can be an entire orchestra or a small chamber music group.
In opera and musical theater, a work performed by more than two singers. The term can refer to a trio, a quartet, a quintet, etc. However, it is often used to refer to a sung portion of a work in which multiple characters are expressing different emotions simultaneously or are communicating concern when confronting a difficult situation. Listen to "Finale Act II (Café Momus)" from Puccini's La bohème, featuring Heather Dials as Musetta, Stella Zabalis as Mimi, Stuart Neill as Rodolfo, John Packard as Marcello, LeRoy Villanueva as Schaunard, Peter Volpe as Colline, John Davies as Alcindoro, the Opera Company of Philadelphia Chorus with Donald Nally, Chorus Master, The Young Singers of Pennsylvania, and the Opera Company of Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Maurizio Barbacini. Excerpt courtesy of Opera Company of Philadelphia. Opera America Sample: "Finale Act II (Café Momus)"
(1) A group of performers; (2) a musical number in an opera, oratorio, or cantata sung by two or more performers; (3) the extent to which a group of performers coordinate their performance.
In musical terms this is a group of musicians performing together.
Any extended musical passage performed by four or more players, usually singing simultaneously, but often with different words and different musical lines. Many ensembles consist of combinations of solos, duets, etc. rather than all singing together throughout. Also used for the group of singers.
a group of musicians performing together; the quality of togetherness
Two or more people singing at the same time, or the music written for such a group.
Literally, the group of actors (and sometimes directors and designers) who put a play together; metaphorically, the rapport and shared sense of purpose that bind such a group into a unified artistic entity.
a group of musicians playing or singing together; "a string ensemble"
the chorus of a ballet company
a collection of agents that work together in a coordinated manner
a command, bound to some namespace, which consists of a collection of subcommands implemented by other Tcl commands
a group of artists committed to working together over the years and shaping the direction of the group collectively
several performers playing together
a group of players performing as a team
A group of musicians commonly known as a band or combo.
Any group of musicians or singers performing together.
According to some, the original ensemble only contained four djembe Others trace the origin back to when it was called the sangban orchestra, before the presence of djembes. Contemporary ensembles can have three to six dunun drums and about three to ten djembe s, but usually with more djembes than dununs.
the sounding together most choirs strive after, but rarely achieve
literally, "together." A duet, trio, quartet, or chorus. more than one character singing at the same time.
A group of measurements (pings) considered together. An ensemble is usually the average of the individual measurements, and has a higher precision than any individual measurement.
a piece sung by more than one member of the cast of an opera. Although the term 'ensemble' can technically refer to a duet, trio, quartet, quintet, etc., it is often used specifically to refer to any sung portion of an opera in which a number of characters are expressing different emotions simultaneously or, as in a Rossini finale, are expressing perplexity or confusion in the face of an impossible situation.
Literally, "together." Any duet, trio, quartet, or chorus where more than one character sings at the same time.
1. A group of dancers. 2. A feeling of continuity or togetherness that exists in performing dance.
A small group of musicians. There are different kinds of ensembles: string, brass, and woodwind ensembles are just a few of them.
A group of theatrical artists working together to create a theatrical production.
A group of singers, or instrumentalists.