Duet music

'Duet' designs a musical composition made for two performers, in which they have equal importance. Though the term often refers to a piece for two singers, it can be applied to any vocal/instrumental formation. By extension, the word is colloquially used to design the performers of a duet, and the act of performing a duet.
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