Definition of partitur
: a full musical score showing each part on a separate line or staff
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Origin and Etymology of partitur
partitur from German, from Italian partitura, from partito (past participle of partire to divide, go away, from Latin partire, partiri to divide) + -ura -ure (from Latin); partitura from Italian
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