broad, extensive, large, vast, wide
diverse, varied
full, rich
limited, small

ballets from the classical repertoire


An actor has to build a character and extend his own emotional repertoire.

music, musical
concert, opera, operatic
guitar, piano, vocal, etc.

She has a rather limited repertoire.

add (sth) to, broaden, build, build up, develop, expand, extend, increase

He has added considerably to his piano repertoire.

She needs to build up a repertoire of pieces.

perform, play

The piece has deservedly entered the violin repertoire.

include sth

His repertoire includes a large number of Scottish folk songs.

in the/your repertoire

a key piece in the standard concert repertoire

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Repertoire — Repertoire …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • répertoire — [ repɛrtwar ] n. m. • Répertoire de Science, nom d une allégorie XIVe; lat. repertorium, de reperire « trouver » 1 ♦ (1468) Inventaire méthodique (liste, table, recueil) où les matières sont classées dans un ordre qui permet de les retrouver… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Repertoire — may mean Repertory but may also refer to:* Repertoire (theatre), a system of theatrical production and performance scheduling * Repertoire Records, a German record label specialising in 1960s and 1970s pop and rock reissues * a collection of… …   Wikipedia

  • Repertoire — (lat. repertorium „Fundstätte“) ist die Gesamtheit der Werke oder Darbietungen, die ein Künstler, eine Künstlergruppe, ein Theater oder eine andere Institution zeitnah aufführen kann. Bei Theatern enthält der Spielplan das Repertoire. Musiker und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Repertoire — Répertoire Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom …   Wikipédia en Français

  • repertoire — REPERTOIRE. s. m. Inventaire, table ou index d un registre, pour trouver facilement les choses qui y sont contenuës. Avec mon repertoire j auray bien tost trouvé ce que vous me demandez. un registre sans repertoire est fort incommode. Il se dit… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Repertoire — Sn das einstudierte Programm erw. fach. (18. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. répertoire m., dieses aus l. repertōrium Verzeichnis , zu l. reperīre wiederfinden, auffinden , zu l. parere hervorbringen und l. re .    Ebenso nndl. repertoire, ne …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • repertoire — a stock of plays, songs, etc., 1847, from Fr. répertoire, from L.L. repertorium inventory (see REPERTORY (Cf. repertory)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Repertoire — »Vorrat einstudierter ‹Theater›stücke, Musiktitel, Darbietungen; Spielplan«: Das Fremdwort wurde im 19. Jh. aus gleichbed. frz. répertoire übernommen, das auf spätlat. repertorium »Verzeichnis« zurückgeht. Dies gehört zu lat. reperire »wieder… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • repertoire — repertoire, repertory These are essentially the same word, being the French and English equivalents of Latin repertorium meaning ‘an inventory or catalogue’. A repertoire is a stock of dramatic or musical pieces which a player or company… …   Modern English usage

  • repertoire — [rep′ər twär΄, rep′ətwär΄] n. [Fr répertoire < LL repertorium: see REPERTORY] 1. the stock of plays, operas, roles, songs, etc. that a company, actor, singer, etc. is familiar with and ready to perform 2. all the musical or theatrical works of …   English World dictionary

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