equali

/ (ɪˈkwɑːlɪ) /

pl n

music pieces for a group of instruments of the same kindBeethoven's Equali for four trombones

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Word Origin for equali

Italian: old pl form of uguale equal
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Example sentences from the Web for equali

  • These equali, as it turned out, were eventually used for Beethoven's funeral.

    Beethoven|George Alexander Fischer
  • At the latter's request the master composed three equali for trombones for All Souls' Day, then near at hand.

    Beethoven|George Alexander Fischer