Definition of Duetts
1. duett [n] - See also: duett
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Literary usage of Duetts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monthly Magazine by Richard Phillips (1799)
"... Three concert« duetts for two Flutes,' with variations by ... Three familiar duetts for two Flutes, by Walter $ Three duetts fvr ..."
2. Catalogue of Printed Music by William Barclay Squire (1909)
"Consisting of the most favorite Songs, duetts, Trios «fee. selected .. .revised ... The Beauties of Purcell. A Selection of ... Songs, duetts, Trios <fe ..."
3. The Violin and Its Music by George Hart (1881)
"Tomasini, a Violinist in the Orchestra of Prince Esterhazy, published three Violin duetts, and Variations for Violin alone, and left in manuscript several ..."