The Quartettes of Haydn are too well known to need more than mention here.
Haydn used frequently to take the Tenor parts in his Quartettes.
Remember, though, we are merely twins and not triplets, nor yet quartettes.
In the late afternoon the crowd strolled in couples and quartettes and groups up and down the picturesque place.
Forgotten were the nine cubs of the year before, and the quartettes and sextettes of many a yesteryear.
With flute-like tremolo the red-shanks—dove-coloured and white—pirouetted in quartettes over the marsh.
At last the company thinned, leaving but a few couples and quartettes lingering over new wine and old stories.
In 1887 the solo-songs alone (leaving out of account the duets, quartettes and choruses) numbered 2,500.
The Quartettes of Giardini and Pugnani were laid aside to give place to these inspired compositions.
They sang, indeed, informally and wholly impromptu, a wide range of quartettes and choruses and glees.