Tutti, an Italian word that means "all" or "together", is a musical notation that directs the musician to perform a certain passage of a composition with "all instruments together". This can be considered the opposite of solo, and is usually used to indicate that a solo has finished. Usually used in an orchestral or choral score when the orchestra or all of the voices come in at the same time, also seen in Baroque-era music where two instruments share the same copy of music, after one instrument has broken off to play a more advanced form: they both play together again at the point marked tutti.<br>