duette

NOUN
  1. two performers or singers who perform together
  2. a musical composition for two performers
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How To Use duette In A Sentence

  • Can you actually believe this man duetted with Rage Against the Machine? Snoop Dogg torn between Obama, Clinton
  • When he was eight he duetted with country legend George Jones, but he was more into punk and heavy metal back then.
  • At midnight, the ships in the offing in Belfast Lough all sounded their foghorns... at once melancholic and festive as two ships duetted on an interval of a perfect fifth. virtue and venison
  • Among the grand things I learned from Imagine… Harry Nilsson: The Missing Beatle and Richard Hammond's Journey to the Centre of the Planet, the two best factual programmes of the week, were: there was blood from polyps such a pretty word left on the microphone after Harry Nilsson and John Lennon duetted – spatted – to be louder/croakier on their druggy "Many Rivers to Cross", and both voices dimmed hence. Rewind TV: The Hour; The Apprentice; Show Me the Funny; Imagine; Richard Hammond's Journey to the Centre of the Planet; Twenty Twelve – review
  • He duetted with the coiffed and toothsome Will Young on ‘Papa's Got a Brand New Bag’.
  • He also duetted on the single of the same name. The Sun
  • They duetted a musical composition with violin and piano.
  • In other words, he duetted with a guy on a love song, making Simon's joke actually sort of funny again. Michael Giltz: American Idol Returns -- Phoenix
  • The horns — Michael Brecker on sax, Randy Brecker and Jon Faddis on trumpet, and Dave Bargeron on trombone — were overdubbed in New York, and Tina Turner and I duetted live on “Tearing Us Apart.” Eric Clapton's Salvation Road
  • By 1993 he was back in Britain, where he became romantically involved with the singer Polly Harvey, who duetted on his 1995 album Murder Ballads.
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