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Detroit saxophonist Molly Jones has impressed me with the agile postbop on her 2017 septet album Microliths, which features three horn players and three bassists.
In a recent interview, Aoki confirmed there is more in the works between himself and the septet.
The septet is a popular K-pop act internationally, and will be touring stateside in July.
The band ballooned into a septet, with a saxophone player and keyboardist, before shrinking back down.
Our septet has the run of the yard and the house via a dog door.
Their choreography shook the Western world (and quite a few hearts), so not even the cameras could keep up with the septet's rapid footwork.
That win has upped the septet’s momentum in the States, resulting in their historic performance at the American Music Awards on Sunday as the first K-pop group to grace that stage.
On the album, which finds Ms. Shyu cycling nimbly through languages and emotional registers, she is joined by a string quartet and her jazz septet, Jade Tongue.
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Origin and Etymology of septet
First Known Use: 1828See Words from the same year
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Definition of septet for English Language Learners
: a group of seven singers or musicians who perform together
: a piece of music that is meant to be performed by seven people
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