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- have a musical repertoire. The first known use of the word repertoire was in 1847. It is a loan word from the French language, as répertoire, with a similar...
- Artists and repertoire (A&R) is the division of a record label or music publishing company that is responsible for talent scouting and overseeing the artistic...
- quintet repertoire Cl****ical guitar repertoire Euphonium repertoire Flute repertory Organ repertoire Piano repertoire Piano trio repertoire String instrument...
- The trumpet repertoire consists of solo literature and orchestral or, more commonly, band parts written for the trumpet. Tracings its origins to 1500 BC...
- po****rity, considered part of the "standard repertoire" of one or several genres. Even though the standard repertoire of a given genre consists of a dynamic...
- Flute repertoire is the general term for pieces composed for flute (particularly Western concert flute). The following lists are not intended to be complete...
- categories of the piano repertoire can be referred to as, for example, solo piano repertoire (one player at one piano), piano duet repertoire (two players at...
- The organ repertoire is considered to be the largest and oldest repertory of all musical instruments. Because of the organ's (or pipe organ's) prominence...
- The B****oon repertoire consists of pieces of music composed for b****oon as a prin****l instrument that may be performed with or without other instruments...
- The immune repertoire encomp****es the different sub-types an organism's immune system makes of immunoglobulins or T-cell receptors. These help recognise...
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