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no·net

 (nō-nĕt′)
n.
1. A combination of nine instruments or voices.
2. A composition written for such a combination.

[Italian nonetto, from diminutive of nono, ninth, from Latin nōnus; see nones.]
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nonet

(nɒˈnɛt)
n
1. (Classical Music) a piece of music composed for a group of nine instruments
2. (Classical Music) an instrumental group of nine players
[C19: from Italian nonetto, from nono ninth, from Latin nōnus]
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no•net

(noʊˈnɛt)

n.
1. a group of nine voices or instruments.
2. a composition for a nonet.
[1860–65; < Italian nonetto]
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NOTHING BUT THE NONET: TRUMPETER and composer Miguel Gorodi, right, is coming to Liverpool's Parrjazz on Tuesday, June 18, to mark his debut release of original jazz compositions.
Accompanied by an opening act, the nonet will take over the stage for around 70-90 minutes.
The student saxophone nonet and orchestra, under Wordsworth's assiduous direction, did the piece proud, and it would be good to hear it again, should such an opportunity ever arise.
(1) The first piece by Bohuslav Martinu was his nonet Stowe Pastorals for five recorders, clarinet, two violins, and violoncello (1951), followed by the Divertimento for two recorders (1957).
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Abdullah Al-Hamdan, the 19-year-old striker, was the first of the nonet to play a game other than a friendly in March.
They will perform Debussy's Dances for Harp and String Quartet, considered as a harp 'showcase' alongside a rarely performed gem, Nonet, by English composer Arnold Bax.
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Los Angeles, CA, February 19, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Czech composer Tatiana Mikova to feature her chamber piece for nonet, "Spanish Serenade" on America's most popular classical music program, "Performance Today." Her performance airs on Monday, February 19, at 9:00am EST.
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It still remains to be seen how minimalistic the opening concerts will be: duet, quartet, nonet -- or can something larger be expected?