I just hope the Obama children do not become the Sisty and Buzzie duet that emerged from the White House in the early 30s.
So I choreographed a duet for two women in the neo-classical style, and sent it to competitions for feedback.
And then my duet with Kathryn, and my first duet with Valerie, the contemporary that Travis Wall choreographed.
Even Prince himself turns up for a duet on The Electric Lady.
Similar to the iconic Apple product, in creating the duet, Topolovac and Chang put a premium on user experience.
She listened with keen and critical enjoyment, recalling how Malibran gave this note, how Grisi and Mario sang that duet.
If you like that kind of music, you should hear their duet about breakfast time.
Musical readers will remember that melody and accompaniment are used again in the duet Sonata in G major.
There had been some singing, and Lieutenant Leigh had gone off in the middle of a duet.
The climax of the performance was to be a duet, to be sung by the great Roger and a diva who was past her youth.
1740, from French duet, from Italian duetto "short musical composition for two voices," diminutive of duo "two" (see two). As a verb, from 1822. The Italian form of the noun was used in English from c.1724.