Origin of concertFrench concerter from Italian concertare from L, to contend, contest from com-, with + certare, to contend, strive: meanings influenced, influence by consort and Classical Latin conserere, to join together
- mutual agreement; concord; harmony of action
- musical consonance
- a program of vocal or instrumental music, usually one in which a number of musicians perform together
Origin of concertFr < It concerto, agreement, union < the v.
- in unison; in agreement; together
- performing in a concert