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the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation

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

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Emphasis: Chamber music, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops.
Thanks to that powerhouse repertoire appeal, BMI's international revenues also surged ahead by 35% to more than $186 million, aided by favorable exchange rates.
Performing duets in recital can lessen the anxiety and pressure of performing solo repertoire.
La Cite de la musique a deja mis en ligne plusieurs de ces repertoires dont l'edition papier est epuisee et ne sera pas reeditee.
About Travel Repertoire: Founded in 2007 as a Disney specialist, Travel Repertoire has evolved to provide expertise in a broad range of luxury travel products and destinations, serving a clientele throughout the U.
There is another concept of intelligence as composed of learned basic repertoires, such as language, that make possible learning other repertoires.
Usually, only part of the repertoire is shared among individuals (Catchpole and Slater 1995).
A first important repertoire in this discourse is that of the "mirror of the arts": the repertoire mirrors the logics of the regular art forms and these frames are used to argue whether something is "good" or "bad.
The Dutch collecting society Buma/Stemra had announced on 21 July 2008 that it had granted beatport a Pan-European licence allowing beatport to offer the entire worldwide repertoire of music - i.
Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops, composition premieres and master classes.
He proved this during his tenure at DNB, where he improved the company's style and diversified its repertoire.
Swidler argues that people are most likely to employ their cultural repertoire when they are at points of transition, when their lives are "unsettled.
began the publication of Repertoire China, a Chinese-language edition of MDSI's Repertoire, for 10,000 medical distibutors in China.
lang's new live album provides listeners with an intimate connection to one of music's greatest voices as well as the singer's eclectic repertoire of fans' favorite songs
Phil's percussion section had ``a great sense of rhythm,'' and he says that the willingness of conductors like Mehta and Michael Tilson Thomas to champion the 20th-century classical repertoire ``made a big impression on me.
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