Pratnja, praćenje, naročito vojničko; posluga visokog gospodina; muz. kompozicija od više delova, obično plesova, koji su bez potrebne povezanosti (npr. kod simfonije ili sonate); takođe: kamerna ili plesna sonata. (lat.)
1. Material or articles used in equipment; outfit
2. Horse-drawn carriage; equipment and appurtenances; archaic, retinue.
ETYM Old Eng. retinue, Old Fren. retinue, from retenir to retain, engage, hire. Related to Retain.
The body of retainers who follow a prince or other distinguished person; a train of attendants; a suite.
ETYM French See Suit.
1. A matching set of furniture.
2. A musical composition of several movements only loosely connected.
3. A series of connected rooms used as a living unit; SYN. rooms.
In Baroque music, a set of contrasting instrumental pieces based on dance forms, known by their French names as allemande, bourrée, courante, gavotte, gigue, minuet, musette, passepied, rigaudon, sarabande, and so on. The term refers in more recent usage to a concert arrangement of set pieces from an extended ballet or stage composition, such as Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite 1891–92. Stravinsky’s suite from The Soldier’s Tale 1920 incorporates a tango, waltz, and ragtime.