Sextet music

A sextet is a piece written for five performers. Quintets can be multi movement works involving many musical forms, but composers may choose to simply designate them as 'sextets'. Sextets can be scored in many combinations, with one of the most common being the string sextet (three violins, two violas, cello).
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