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a group of separate things that contribute to a coordinated whole
a group of musicians, dancers, actors, etc who perform together; the chorus of a ballet company
a coordinated costume or outfit; a suite
a piece for several instrumentalists or vocalists
a cast other than the principles
a coordinated outfit (set of clothing) an assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole a group of musicians playing or singing together; "a string ensemble"
1) A group of musicians performing together 2) The ability of musicians in a group to hear each other
an assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole
(French, meaning 'together') A group of performers, either singers or instrumentalists, who regularly play together This is often a small group, such as a trio or quartet, which is not large enough to be called a choir or orchestra The word is also used to describe the quality of teamwork in a group of players, as in "their ensemble is good" A third meaning describes an operatic piece in which two or more singers sing together
A 1 536MHz block of carriers
A group of musicians performing together
Working together as a unified whole in support of a common goal
– A group of players or singers
An ensemble is a group of musicians, actors, or dancers who regularly perform together. an ensemble of young musicians
the chorus of a ballet company
{i} troupe, group of performers; outfit, suit (of clothing)
An ensemble of things or people is a group of things or people considered as a whole rather than as separate individuals. The state is an ensemble of political and social structures. = collection
the set of atoms or molecules comprising the system
All at once; together
a group of musicians playing or singing together; "a string ensemble"
In physics, a probability distribution on the states of a complicated system being studied For example, the thermal probability distribution of a physical object is called the canonical ensemble
All of the stops of a harpsichord which are designed to be played together The peau de buffle, the lute stop, and the buff stop are usually excluded from the ensemble
Literally, the group of actors (and sometimes directors and designers) who put a play together; metaphorically, the rapport and shared sense of purpose that bind such a group into a unified artistic entity
An ensemble is a collection of agents that work together in a coordinated manner Teams are either a kind of ensemble or synonymous with ensemble Ensembles may have fixed or varying participation by agents that play roles (e g , coach, 3rd base) Coordination often happens in real time (e g , soccer, collections of helicopters flying together) Ensembles can often be viewed as a unit so a message sent to the ensemble may be acted on by one or more members for the ensemble Ensembles may have emergent behavior (A similar idea, originally from the ISIS system, is group objects where a group object acts like an individual in receiving messages but transparently forwards them to one or some of an associated set Uses included fault tolerance )
A group of singers, or instrumentalists
The whole; all the parts taken together
The general name for groups of musical instruments or singers Some of the common ensembles include the orchestra, the concert band, and the chorus Smaller groups are known as chamber ensembles
a coordinated outfit (set of clothing)
a group of musicians, dancers etc who perform together; the chorus of a ballet company
1 A group of dancers 2 A feeling of continuity or togetherness that exists in performing dance
a group of players performing as a team
chamber ensemble
A musical ensemble of modest size, to play chamber music; can be more specifically named after its number (from duo to nonet) and/or type(s) (e.g. wood, brass, strings) of instruments
string ensemble
A music group consisting solely of stringed instruments
Art Ensemble of Chicago
U.S. jazz ensemble. The group evolved from the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), an experimental collective. Saxophonists Roscoe Mitchell and Joseph Jarman, trumpeter Lester Bowie, bassist Malachi Favors, and drummer Don Moye formed the group in 1969, combining freely changing tempos, dynamics, and textures with an often comic theatricality of presentation. Their diversity of inspiration is expressed by their motto, "Great Black Music: Ancient to the Future
plural of ensemble
three-piece ensemble
three-piece suit, suit with three parts (pants, jacket, and vest)
tout ensemble
a total impression or effect of something made up of individual parts