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con·cer·ti·no

 (kŏn′chĕr-tē′nō)
n. pl. con·cer·ti·nos
1. A short concerto.
2. The solo group in a concerto grosso.

[Italian, diminutive of concerto, concert; see concert.]

concertino

(ˌkɒntʃəˈtiːnəʊ)
n, pl -ni (-nɪ)
1. (Classical Music) the small group of soloists in a concerto grosso. Compare ripieno
2. (Classical Music) a short concerto
[C19: from Italian: a little concerto]

con•cer•ti•no

(ˌkɒn tʃərˈti noʊ)

n., pl. -ni (-nē).
1. a short concerto.
2. the group of solo instruments in a concerto grosso.
[1720–30; < Italian, =concert(o) (see concerto) + -ino -ine3]
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