divertimento[di ver′ti men′tō]
divertimento definition by Webster's New World
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divertimento definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. di·ver·ti·men·tos or di·ver·ti·men·ti
A chiefly 18th-century form of instrumental chamber music having several short movements. Also called divertissement.
Origin: Italian, from divertire, to divert, from Old French divertir; see divert.