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Flute quartet

A flute quartet is a musical term for a type of chamber music group. They are normally found in two forms: those consisting of a flute, a violin, a viola and a cello; and those consisting of four flutes. This last combination can come in multiple different but distinct arrangements:

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This an example of the first type of Flute Quartets. The first listed Mozart Quartet in D Major.

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