Part of speech: noun

A list of pieces or the like, ready to be performed; also, such pieces collectively.

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Usage examples "repertoire":

  1. Then came a complete change; the character of his playing becoming serious, a large and noble style replaced the mincing manner which he had previously affected, and, instead of the showy trifles which had filled his repertoire, he took to the works of the great masters. - "Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday", Henry C. Lahee.
  2. At first the repertoire contained little variety, though the pieces were generally well selected. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
  3. He possessed little technical knowledge of music, but had quite a repertoire of songs picked up in his travels in various countries, to which he could accompany himself upon the guitar or mandolin. - "At the Time Appointed", A. Maynard Barbour.