Musicians often have a musical repertoire. The first known use of the word repertoire was in 1847. It is a loanword from the French language, as répertoire (French: [ʁe.pɛʁ.twaʁ]), with a similar meaning in the arts. This word, in turn, has its origin in the Late Latin word repertorium.
- setlist – a list of works for a specific performance
- playlist – a list of works available to play
- signature song – a musical composition most associated with a performer