ensemble

[ UK /ɒnsˈɒmbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ɑnˈsɑmbəɫ/ ]
NOUN
  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

  • 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.
  • The arrangement of the furniture formed a pleasing ensemble.
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