repertoire noun

ADJ. extensive, large, vast, wide | full | limited, small | mainstream, standard | emotional An actor has to build a character and extend his own emotional repertoire. | music/musical | concert, opera, etc. | classical, jazz, etc. | guitar, piano, etc.

VERB + REPERTOIRE have She has a rather limited repertoire. | add (sth) to, broaden, build (up), develop, expand, extend, increase He has added considerably to his piano repertoire. She needs to build up a repertoire of pieces.

REPERTOIRE + VERB include sth His repertoire includes a large number of Scottish folk songs.

PREP. in the/your ~ a key piece in the standard concert repertoire