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The preliminary encounter was a mortifying experience for the sextet of overconfident youth.
THE DOOMSMANVAN TASSEL SUTPHEN
I hope you will be pleased to hear I have composed a sextet for strings.
Each central globe yields a sextet and a quartet, and the rod sets free two quartets and a peculiarly formed sextet.
OCCULT CHEMISTRYANNIE BESANT AND CHARLES W. LEADBEATER
The central sphere is also figured; the cigar follows its usual course, and its companions unite into a sextet and an octet.
OCCULT CHEMISTRYANNIE BESANT AND CHARLES W. LEADBEATER
I thus formed an instrumental sextet, each group of which had a strictly defined part.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYIGOR STRAVINSKY
Tom and Harry were members of that famous sextet of schoolboy athletes known at home as Dick & Co.
The octave and the sextet are severed from each other by the non-continuance of the rhymes of the former into the latter.
The string sextet, if compared to the later music, is sunny and Mozartian in its melodic and harmonic simplicity.
This choral and orchestral work was composed in 1902, but it sounds newer than the quartets or the sextet.
An additional feature of the program was provided by the faculty sextet, in the form of several pleasing songs.

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