partitur

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Partitur, from Italian partitura (partition, musical score) , from Latin partito, from partīre (divide, partition, share) (Classical Latin partīrī) and -ura.

Noun[edit]

partitur (plural partiturs)

  1. (music, rare) A full score, conductor's score (with a separate line for every part).
    • 2011, Steven Suskin, The Sound of Broadway Music: A Book of Orchestrators and Orchestrations:
      The partiturs for the popular shows, though, were apparently sent out one time too many.

Latin[edit]

Verb[edit]

partītur

  1. third-person singular present passive indicative of partiō