noun, plural mor·ceaux [mawr-soh] /mɔrˈsoʊ/. French.
- morcellation operation,
Examples from the Web for morceau
The rules forbid applause, but a gentle murmur of admiration rises at the close of almost every morceau.
More than all else I love sacred music, and that morceau which she had sung for me a number of times gave me great pleasure.Child of a Century, Complete|Alfred de Musset
This morceau has been published by the Amsterdam editor at the end of the letters of Calvin to M. de Falais.Letters of John Calvin, Volume II (of 4)|Jules Bonnet
Morceau d'ensemble—Piece of music harmonised for several voices.
The modelling of the morceau was not particularly his affair.Artist and Public|Kenyon Cox