These ensembles are not as radical or strictly Hollywood as they may seem.
Like any cutting-edge trendsetter, Twain soon realized that his ensembles might not always please the pedestrian audience.
Zoe Saldana has also recently praised sci-fi movies for the depth and breadth of women in its ensembles.
ensembles are of vestigial interest in this new pop culture.
No less is the magnificent triumph of the ensembles, his manner of painting in bold masses of light and shade.
After we get the numbers taught—that is, the songs—then I start to teach the ensembles to dance the different routines.
Meyerbeer's distribution of arias, duets, ensembles, and finales is the result of a deliberate eclecticism.
We find none of the set forms of the later opera seria, no regular arie, no duets, no ensembles.
Only the dances and ensembles of the choruses were tried out in the afternoon.
The ensembles are of a far higher character than the solos, both as regards characterisation and musical execution.
mid-15c., as an adverb, "together, at the same time," from Middle French ensemblée "all the parts of a thing considered together," from Late Latin insimul "at the same time," from in- intensive prefix + simul "at the same time," related to similis (see similar). The noun is from 1703, "parts of a thing taken together;" musical sense in English first attested 1844. Of women's dress and accessories, from 1927.