Quintet music

A quintet is a piece written for five performers. Quintets are usually multi movement works involving many musical forms, but in many cases composers choose to simply designate their works as 'quintets'. Quintets are usually scored for a standard string quartet plus an instrument which gives the quintet its name (for example, a 'clarinet quintet' is scored for 2 violins, viola, cello, and clarinet).
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Popular composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  ·  Ludwig van Beethoven  ·  Franz Schubert  ·  Johannes Brahms  ·  Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky  ·  Felix Mendelssohn  ·  Camille Saint-Saëns  ·  Antonín Dvořák  ·  Robert Schumann  ·  Gabriel Fauré  ·  Edward Elgar  ·  Sergei Prokofiev  ·  Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov  ·  Max Reger  ·  Ralph Vaughan Williams  ·  Carl Maria von Weber  ·  Alexander Borodin  ·  Heitor Villa-Lobos  ·  César Franck  ·  Stephen Foster  ·  Luigi Boccherini  ·  Louis Spohr  ·  Aleksandr Glazunov  ·  Reynaldo Hahn  ·  Friedrich Kuhlau  ·  Anton Bruckner  ·  Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke  ·  Johann Nepomuk Hummel  ·  Anton Arensky  ·  Josef Gabriel Rheinberger  ·  Joachim Raff  ·  Arthur Foote  ·  Sigfrid Karg-Elert  ·  Gabriel Pierné  ·  Charles Villiers Stanford  ·  Florent Schmitt  ·  Arnold Schoenberg  ·  Charles-Marie Widor  ·  Théodore Dubois  ·  Ludwig Senfl  ·  Frank Bridge  ·  Amy Marcy Beach  ·  Felix Draeseke  ·  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor  ·  Vincent d' Indy  ·  Albert Roussel  ·  George Enescu  ·  Johann Christoph Pezel  ·  Niels Gade  ·  Carl Nielsen
Instruments Cello  ·  Chamber group  ·  Clarinet  ·  Open Instrumentation  ·  Piano  ·  Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra  ·  Solo voice(s)  ·  String Quartet  ·  Wind Ensemble
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