noun, plural di·ver·ti·men·tos, di·ver·ti·men·ti [dih-vur-tuh-men-tee Italian dee-ver-tee-men-tee] /dɪˌvɜr təˈmɛn ti Italian diˌvɛr tiˈmɛn ti/. Music.
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Some time after midnight we felt that we had had enough of divertimento.New Italian sketches
John Addington Symonds
Divertimento for violin, viola, and violoncello, in E flat major (563 K.).Life Of Mozart, Vol. 3 (of 3)
In August, 1879, the composer added a sixth movement, Divertimento.
I chose the title of Divertimento for the second movement of my Suite, because it was the first which occurred to me.
Probably the divertimento composed in July, 1776 (251 K.) was also intended for his sister's fte-day.Life Of Mozart, Vol. 1 (of 3)