PARTITION
. s. f.
L'ensemble, la réunion de toutes les parties d'une composition musicale, rangées les unes au-dessous des autres, selon la nature de leur diapason, et de manière à se correspondre exactement. La partition de l'opéra d'Alceste. La partition d'OEdipe à Colone, de Don Juan, etc. Cette partition est bien écrite. On m'a envoyé quelques opéras nouveaux en partition.   Les Partitions oratoires, Ouvrage de Cicéron, qui traite des parties de la rhétorique.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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