A list of dramas, operas, pieces, parts, etc., which a company or a person has rehearsed and is prepared to perform.
The songs that the singers are prepared to perform publicly.
The complete vocal abilities of a bird, including its callnotes and songs.
A collection of songs or music selections. Within the music curriculum, classroom repertoire refers to those pieces performed or listened to as a part of in-class activities. Known repertoire consists of classroom repertoire as well as music selections learned, performed, or listened to outside the classroom (e.g., at home, in the community).
(French) — The stock of pieces a singer or company has ready to present. Often refers to a company's current season.
an inventory of compositions mastered and performed by a musician or ensemble
Compositions and lyrics; musical works.
Artist's song list
a collection of works that an artist or company can perform
a complete selection of music, songs, poetry and so forth that performers will perform
a type specifier for a subtype of type character
a set of thematically and functionally related but different operant actions. The relationship may include either fixed or variable sequences of actions. For example, driving a car represents a repertoire, and includes such constituent operants as starting the car, shifting, accelerating, braking, steering, watching traffic, stopping, and shutting the car off.
A collection of music that a student has learned and is prepared to demonstrate.
All the tricks you are able to perform.
the selection of music appropriate for an instrument or ensemble
The songs a singer knows well and can perform. In opera, repertoire may also refer to the characters a singer knows well; for example, a soprano may have as part of her repertoire: Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Adele in Die Fledermaus, and Olympia in The Tales of Hoffman.
ISO subtype of character. See Section 220.127.116.11 Character Repertoires.
A group of plays presented in a season. The combination of plays in the repertoire will be carefully considered to ensure compatibility and variety.
the list of works which a musician is prepared to perform.
the complete "list" of antigens each person's immune system can recognize and to which it can respond. In most of us, this repertoire is probably in the hundreds of millions of antigens.
In theatre, a repertoire system can operate when a theatre has many plays (or musicals, ballets, operas, etc.) in performance at any time. It differs from a repertory system in that each play will have a different cast, and possibly stage crew, from the others. In other words, each will be a separate production.