Opus

O"pus

(?), n.;
pl. Opera (#).
[L. See Opera.] A work; specif. (Mus.), a musical composition.
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Each composition, or set of pieces, as the composer may choose, is called an opus, and they are numbered in the order of their issue. (Often abbrev. to op.)
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Opus incertum. [L.] (Arch.) See under Incertum.
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O*pus"cle

(*ps"'l),

O*pus"cule

(*ps"kl), } n. [L. opusculum, dim. of opus work: cf. F. opuscule.] A small or petty work.
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