four (part of speech: noun)
music (part of speech: noun)
concert, arrangement, ballad, air, ballet, hymn, chorus, music, carol, composition, melody, ditty, lullaby, instrumental, psalm, bebop, tune, lyric, syncopation, score, harmony, symphony, jazz, song, blues, sonata, concerto, aria, vocalization, serenade
- 14. Besides the thirty operas Verdi wrote a string quartet, The Manzoni Requiem, and a National Hymn. - "Child's Own Book of Great Musicians: Verdi", Thomas Tapper.
- The production of Bellini's last opera, " I Puritani," in 1834, was one of the greatest musical events of the age, not solely on account of the work, but because of the very remarkable quartet which embodied the principal characters,- Grisi, Rubini, Tamburini, and Lablache. - "Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday", Henry C. Lahee.
- A horn quartet then begins the soft theme No. 13, Tristan's failing voice telling how he sees the vision of Isolde floating towards him over the sea. - "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde", George Ainslie Hight.