noun, plural con·cer·tos, con·cer·ti [kuh n-cher-tee] /kənˈtʃɛr ti/. Music.
Origin of concerto
Examples from the Web for concerti
Historical Examples of concerti
Of concerti by the great Bach for a single solo violin only two are extant.Musical Criticisms
Boccherini composed six concerti specially for the violoncello.The Violoncello and Its History
Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
Two of his “Concerti Grossi,” the third and sixth, are sometimes played by string orchestras.Critical & Historical Essays
noun plural -tos or -ti (-tɪ)
Word Origin for concerto
1730, from Italian concerto (see concert). Concerto grosso is from 1724.
A piece of instrumental music written for one or more soloists and an orchestra.