[ UK /ɒnsˈɒmbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ɑnˈsɑmbəɫ/ ]
  1. a coordinated outfit (set of clothing)
  2. an assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole
  3. the chorus of a ballet company
  4. a cast other than the principals
  5. a group of musicians playing or singing together
    a string ensemble
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How To Use ensemble In A Sentence

  • Accompanied by an ensemble, Musica Fiata, incorporating specialist period instruments such as chalumeau, arciliuto and violino in tromba marina, La Capella Ducale deliver the psalms with joy, some of the ornamentation is so detailed it sounds like laughter. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • The ensemble playing is lock tight, the soloists are eloquent; the seven pieces (five of them composed by group members) are literate and stimulating.
  • The soloist and orchestra achieve wonderful clarity and fine ensemble.
  • Some ensembles shimmered with metallic accents, while others popped in bubblegum pink.
  • Opera is music, drama, literature, dance, theater and art as a comprehensive integration of art, usually by the Aria, Recitative, ensemble, chorus, Overture, Intermezzo , dances and other components.
  • Directed by Robert Egan, the players are virtually doing solo work as opposed to creating a fluid ensemble.
  • Serena, in particular, has caused a stir with her black studded tennis ensembles, the black Shox Boots from her Nike collection and the infamous black cat suit that was roundly deemed bootylicious.
  • He has also worked with symphonies and chamber groups from the Brooklyn Philharmonic to Zurich's Ensemble Fur Neue Musik.
  • The ensemble themselves had recorded many of their songs on tape over the years.
  • Zilkha did however produce a graceful match of polka dots and floral patterns in drop-waist dresses which will make for a very wearable ensemble when the sun comes back next spring.
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