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Explanation: Usually the music business has varieties on this. Is it classical?
A vocal score of the Music Man musical would have the orchestral parts reduced so a soloist can study his or her part (voice line or solo) to a simplified piano accompaniment. But, the orchestral score of a symphony would include the conductor's score and the individual parts, which can be intrumental or vocal. Stimmen just means the different parts - not necessarily vocal ones.
Here's an example from Bach's works:
Johann Sebastian Bach Missa (h moll: Kyrie und Gloria). Originaler Stimmensatz (Mass in B Minor: Kyrie and Gloria. Original Vocal Part) Leipzig, 1733, bass voice Paper (117)
Could just as easily be this, too, though.
"A complete set of orchestra parts"