- a literary or musical work that has a close relationship to another work by the same author or composer.
Origin of companion piece
First recorded in 1835–45
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Examples from the Web for companion piece
The companion-piece to the portrait of my future husband was the portrait of his future wife.
She too must give me something on my engagement—wouldn't she give me the companion-piece?
Probably Donnes verses were written as a companion-piece to the present poem.
John Leech, who so reveled in the "Camps at Cobham," would here have found a companion-piece for the opposition of the picture.Four Years in Rebel Capitals
T. C. DeLeon
It will form a companion-piece to Goethes Bardt sans comparaison with all other authors.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)
Alexander Wheelock Thayer