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Definition of full score in English:

noun

A score of a musical composition giving the parts for all performers on separate staves: conducting from a full score with a baton [mass noun]: all of his operas were published in full score
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  • A ‘piano’ score is a full score reduced to form an arrangement for piano.
  • The Neue Schubert-Ausgabe published the full score of Alfonso und Estrella in three separate volumes, totalling some 1600 pages.
  • The piece stands, as it is, without a full score or orchestral parts, but the piano part is reminiscent of Paganini, who greatly influenced Verdi while the former was in Parma between 1834 and 1836.

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