Quartet (noun)

A group of four people, especially musicians, performing together.


Mid 17th century: from italian quartetto, from quarto 'a fourth', from latin quartus.


  1. The string quartet performed a classical piece at the concert.
  2. The quartet's harmonious playing was a highlight of the evening.
  3. The vocal quartet sang a beautiful acapella arrangement.
  4. The jazz quartet entertained the audience with their improvisation.
  5. The brass quartet added a lively touch to the parade with their music.
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