They also played “Freebird,” a song not typically included in their repertoire.
The test is not merely skill in the telling but the size of the teller's repertoire.
For West German visitors, Reagan even kept an Erich Honecker joke in his repertoire.
Their repertoire apparently knows no limits, nor does their energy onstage.
We already know Jimmy Fallon can do a mean Neil Young, but apparently Elton John is in his repertoire, too.
His repertoire was an extensive one, and decidedly "taking" in the varied character of its94 excellent pieces.
His repertoire was, therefore, extensive and at times astonishing.
The repertoire of his band may be justly said to embrace the whole gamut of the classic and classic-romantic schools.
The repertoire of even the best amateur is apt to be a small one.
Of course most of the operatic tenor rôles are in my repertoire.
"a stock of plays, songs, etc., which a performer or company has studied and is ready to perform," 1847, from French répertoire, literally "index, list" (14c.), from Late Latin repertorium "inventory" (see repertory).