four-part adjective

  1. music arranged for four voices or instruments

Examples from the Web for four-part Contemporary Examples of four-part

  • Relay: Teams of four compete in a four-part race, 4×7.5km (30km total) for men and 4x6km (24km total) for women.

    Why the Biathlon Makes Bonds of Us All

    Brett Singer

    February 16, 2014

  • This is the last of a four-part series on Tom Holland’s Persian Fire and Rubicon.

    Why the Roman Republic Died

    David Frum

    September 21, 2012

  • This is the third of a four-part review of Tom Holland’s Persian Fire and Rubicon.

    Persian Fire Helped Birth Democracy

    David Frum

    September 17, 2012

  • LOC 3367-3397 – MORE TO COME- This was the first of a four-part review.

    David’s Bookclub: Persian Fire and Rubicon

    David Frum

    September 15, 2012

  • The four-part story of Henry Wiggen begins with The Southpaw, which was published a year after The Natural.

    The 13 Best Baseball Books: From ‘The Art of Fielding’ to ‘Moneyball’

    Jimmy So

    April 5, 2012

  • Historical Examples of four-part

  • It was an arrangement of one of Mendelssohn’s four-part songs.

    Old Kensington

    Miss Thackeray

  • We now come to the consideration of the dictation of four-part chords.

    Music As A Language

    Ethel Home

  • What all these composers lack is the art of writing pure harmonies and four-part choruses.

    Chopin and Other Musical Essays

    Henry T. Finck

  • Indeed, in their own particular way they are matched only by the composer’s own four-part sonatas published after his death.


    John F. Runciman

  • Descant, des′kant, n. the air in a four-part song: a discourse or disquisition under several heads.

    Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D)


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