from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In music, a book in which the notes for any one voice in part-music are given. In early times all part-music was thus separately written or printed.


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  • Ransdell returned to the stage, went up to Mildred, who was sitting idly turning the leaves of a part-book.

    The Price She Paid.


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