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French répertoire, from Late Latin repertorium. (see Repertory)
- 1a : a list or supply of dramas, operas, pieces, or parts that a company or person is prepared to perform
- b : a supply of skills, devices, or expedients <part of the repertoire of a quarterback>; broadly : amount, supply <an endless repertoire of summer clothes>
- c : a list or supply of capabilities <the instruction repertoire of a computer>
- 2a : the complete list or supply of dramas, operas, or musical works available for performance <our modern orchestral repertoire>
- b : the complete list or supply of skills, devices, or ingredients used in a particular field, occupation, or practice <the repertoire of literary criticism>
Musical repertoire is a collection of music pieces played by an individual musician or ensemble, or composed for a particular instrument or group of instruments, voice or choir.