repertoire

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n repertoire a collection of works (plays, songs, operas, ballets) that an artist or company can perform and do perform for short intervals on a regular schedule
    • n repertoire the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation "the repertory of the supposed feats of mesmerism","has a large repertory of dialects and characters"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Répertoire A list of dramas, operas, pieces, parts, etc., which a company or a person has rehearsed and is prepared to perform.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n repertoire A repertory; specifically, in music and the drama, the list of works which a performer or company of performers has carefully studied, and is ready to perform.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Repertoire rep′ėr-twor the list of musical works which a performer is ready to perform.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. See Repertory

Usage

In literature:

There never seemed to be any limit to the Merryweather repertoire.
"The Merryweathers" by Laura E. Richards
Yvette Guilbert's earlier repertoire.
"The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol" by William J. Locke
They seem to have a larger repertoire to be born to, and they go through it more rapidly and justly.
"The Lost Art of Reading" by Gerald Stanley Lee
We have twelve operas in our repertoire.
"The Making of Bobby Burnit" by George Randolph Chester
But the man of mystery himself is delighted with it and thinks it is the best trick in his repertoire.
"Indian Conjuring" by L. H. Branson
Now you are getting a wonderful dancing repertoire, with acrobatic dancing, musical comedy work and the tap and step dancing.
"The Art of Stage Dancing" by Ned Wayburn
Perhaps with your permission I may venture to play you a few extracts from my repertoire.
"The Turn of the Road" by Rutherford Mayne
There was a sameness about the repertoire.
"The Wishing Moon" by Louise Elizabeth Dutton
She attempted to find lost money, to tell the future, and to cure disease; indeed, she had a varied repertoire of occult performances.
"A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718" by Wallace Notestein
She was giving the Russian officer the worst rating in her repertoire.
"Francezka" by Molly Elliot Seawell
For nature has staged a lavish repertoire along the Willamette.
"In the Oregon Country" by George Palmer Putnam
The period between the two world wars saw several composers adding to the repertoire of Romanian music.
"Area Handbook for Romania" by Eugene K. Keefe, Donald W. Bernier, Lyle E. Brenneman, William Giloane, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
I knew much of the grand opera repertoire.
"Geraldine Farrar" by Geraldine Farrar
Since that night, nearly ten years ago, however, it has become the most stable feature of her repertoire.
"Interpreters" by Carl Van Vechten
The repertoire, for a town of 100,000 people, is extraordinary.
"Confessions of an Opera Singer" by Kathleen Howard
Her versatility was very great, and she had a repertoire of fifty-six roles.
"Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday" by Henry C. Lahee
The first kind of a repertoire that the student should acquire is a repertoire of solfeggios.
"Great Singers on the Art of Singing" by James Francis Cooke
His wind was good, but his repertoire small.
"Pioneering in Cuba" by James Meade Adams
But obedience and responsibility will soon be needed in his repertoire.
"Homo-culture" by Martin Luther Holbrook
Would be grateful also for naming some octave etudes that could be used in the repertoire.
"Piano Playing" by Josef Hofmann
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In news:

Frank Wilson and Benjamin Kane make their livings playing covers, but the duo also have a repertoire of original music.
'Dralion' unique to Cirque du Soleil's repertoire.
My dance repertoire consists of The Robot.
RPD is a process in which people use their experiences in the form of a repertoire of patterns.
Missouri Contemporary Ballet brings a widely varied repertoire to the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts this week with its presentation of "THIRST".
Slimmed-down soul legend brings her diverse repertoire to Motor City Sound Board.
Slimmed-down soul singer Chaka Khan brings diverse repertoire to the Motor City.
The part requires you to exercise virtually every emotion in your repertoire at least once.
Tuvan throat singing was never in my repertoire.
Eclectic repertoire has served Jean-Yves Thibaudet well.
Frank Sinatra Jr will sing songs from his father's repertoire in an appearance Saturday at Harrah's.
But now that cold weather is returning, I can easily delve into my repertoire of filling soups for delicious and satisfying meals.
IsomiRs – the overlooked repertoire in the dynamic microRNAome p544.
In addition to the standard six-string classical guitar , Falk will also play some and rarely heard repertoire for Russian eight-string guitar .
This is an exercise in capacity building, in expanding your hacking repertoire.
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In science:

The repertoir of relativistic hydrodynamics has been reviewed from the point of view of heavy ion physics in ref. .
Simple solutions of relativistic hydrodynamics for cylindrically symmetric systems
Schemas, and their connections within a schema network, must change so that over time they may well be able to handle a certain range of situations in a more adaptive way. In a general setting, there is no fixed repertoire of basic schemas.
Mathematical Models in Schema Theory
Qualitatively, the DODE simulations provide a richer repertoire of motion, compared to monofractal walks when M = 1.
Monte Carlo Random Walk Simulations Based on Distributed Order Differential Equations
The above theorem adds other locally well generated but not well generated triangulated categories to our repertoire.
Locally well generated homotopy categories of complexes
The idea of a repertoire method proposed in can be briefly described as follows.
On the asymptotics of moments of linear random recurrences
First we build up a repertoire {b(α) n , α ∈ A}, where A is a finite set, of inhomogeneous terms of (2) by choosing sequences {a(α) n , n ∈ N} such that the sum in (2) is tractable.
On the asymptotics of moments of linear random recurrences
Finally we should consider what might determine the repertoire of a neuron.
Consciousness and the structuring property of typical data
Flagship Concept and ObjectivesFuturICT into new knowledge, and to compose mega-modules enabling a rich repertoire of possible compositions, in order to form complex explorations with simple means.
FuturICT
In order to do this we measured the standard repertoire of intrinsic and extrinsic variables.
Steiner Variations on Random Surfaces
Unfortunately, even now the repertoire of semi-analytic flattened models is very sparse, and all of these models are unrealistic in one significant respect or another.
Rotation and anisotropy of galaxies revisited
In the highlighted applications, Y refers to a semantic explanation of image data, for instance, the names and poses (geometrical presentations) of members belonging to a repertoire of actual ob jects appearing in an image.
Hierarchical testing designs for pattern recognition
This part of the biophysics repertoire often relies, in turn, on the use of micron-scale beads both as a reporter of underlying molecular motions and as the “handle” for grabbing these single-molecule systems.
Excluded-Volume Effects in Tethered-Particle Experiments: Bead Size Matters
This repertoire of operations is sufficient to describe typi cal domain reduction rules considered in various constraint solvers used in constraint programming systems, including solvers for Boolean constraints, linear constraints over integers, and arithmetic constraints over reals, see, e.g., .
Explaining Constraint Programming
This is supported by typological evidence that high and mid front vowels are the “last” vowels to be added to a language’s repertoire.
A Bayesian Model for Discovering Typological Implications
This gives us our definition of the probabilistic may- and mus t-testing preorders; they are decorated with W for the repertoire W of testing actions they employ.
Real-Reward Testing for Probabilistic Processes (Extended Abstract)
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