discography definition

  • noun:
    • the analysis and cataloging of phonograph records.
    • the analysis and cataloging of phonograph documents.
    • a thorough selection of the tracks produced by a particular performer or of a certain composer's works.
    • an extensive selection of the recordings made by a specific performer or of a specific composer's works.
    • total assortment of the releases of a musical work.
    • full collection of the releases of a musical work.
    • range of all of the releases of a certain music act, often with launch dates, and sometimes with other information on the releases.
    • listing of every one of the releases of a certain musical act, generally with release times, and frequently with other details about the releases.
    • radiography of the spine after injection of a contrast medium into a disc.
    • radiography regarding the back after injection of a contrast medium into a disc.
    • a descriptive catalog of music recordings
    • a descriptive catalog of musical recordings
    • The study and cataloging of phonograph records.
    • an extensive variety of the tracks created by a specific performer or of a certain composer's works.
    • full number of the releases of a musical work.
    • List of all of the releases of a specific music work, frequently with launch times, and often along with other information regarding the releases.
    • radiography regarding the spine after injection of a contrast method into a disc.
    • a descriptive catalog of musical tracks

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