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Description

Type(s): Occurrence type; Public system topic

Subject Identifiers (2)

Occurrences of this Type (89)

  • A (small) group of two or more musicians who perform instrumental or vocal music. (Musical ensemble)
  • A bass clarinet player. (Bass clarinettist)
  • A bassoon player. (Bassoonist)
  • A celesta player. (Celesta player)
  • A cello player. (Cellist)
  • A clarinet player. (Clarinettist)
  • A composition for orchestra (and a soloist or soloists, optionally with chorus). (Orchestral work)
  • A contrabass player. (Bassist)
  • A contrabassoon player. (Contrabassoonist)
  • A creation, such as a song, book, print, sculpture, painting, or opera that has been made in order to be a thing of beauty in itself or a symbolic statement of meaning, rather than having a practical function. (Work)
  • A date of an event in the lifecycle of a resource (Date)
  • A female singer whose range lies between the soprano and the contralto. (Mezzo-soprano)
  • A flute player. (Flautist)
  • A form of musical and dramatic work in which singers convey the drama. (Opera)
  • A group of dancers who performs ballets. (Ballet company)
  • A group that performs art works (Musical group)
  • A guitar player. (Guitarist)
  • A harp player. (Harpist)
  • A horn player. (Horn player)
  • A large musical composition for orchestra, vocal soloists and chorus. (Oratorio)
  • A male singer who sings in the deepest vocal range of the human voice. (Bass)
  • A male singer with a vocal range between bass and tenor. (Baritone)
  • A musical ensemble of four string instruments, usually two violins, a viola and cello. (String quartet (ensemble))
  • A musical ensemble of singers. (Choir)
  • A musical work in which one or a small number of voices play the primary role, such as songs, arias and song cycles. (Vocal work)
  • A musical work in which one or more solo instruments are accompanied by an orchestra. (Concerto)
  • A musician who uses his or her voice to produce music. (Singer)
  • A name (for example of a topic type) in the Norwegian language. (Norwegian name)
  • A name which specifies and differentiates between members of a group of individuals, especially a family, all of whose members usually share the same family name. (Given name)
  • A note that helps to clarify the meaning of a concept. (Scope note)
  • A percussion player. (Percussionist)
  • A performance before an audience of live music that does not involve theatrical staging. (Concert)
  • A performance of an opera. (Opera performance)
  • A person or group (or any agent) who creates, performs or directs the performance of art works. (Artist)
  • A person who directs a musical performance by way of visible gestures. (Conductor)
  • A person who writes music. (Composer)
  • A piano player. (Pianist)
  • A piccolo flute player. (Piccolo player)
  • A piece of music composed for performance by a chorus or choir. (Choral work)
  • A piece of music composed for performance by small ensemble. (Chamber work)
  • A piece of music for one voice, usually with orchestral accompaniment, that is part of an opera, oratorio, or cantata. (Aria)
  • A piece of music for orchestra consisting of several loosely connected movements. (Orchestral suite)
  • A piece of music, usually in four movements, composed for an ensemble consisting of 2 violins, viola and cello. (String quartet)
  • A piece of music; a musical work in any form, e.g. a composition, its movement, phrase, theme, etc. (Musical work)
  • A piece of orchestral music, usually in one movement, in which some extra-musical programme provides a narrative or illustrative element. (Symphonic poem)
  • A piece of sacred choral music that sets the fixed portions of the Eucharistic liturgy to music. (Mass)
  • A reference to an alterntive, non-preferred identifier that is deemed to identify the same subject as the current topic. (Used for)
  • A relatively short piece of music for the voice, often accompanied by piano, guitar, or other instruments. (Song)
  • A self-contained part of a musical work, such as a symphony, concerto, sonata, suite, etc. (Movement)
  • A set of songs designed to be performed in sequence as a single unit. (Song cycle)
  • A singer with a vocal range somewhere between a tenor and a mezzo-soprano; the lowest female singing voice or a kind of male singing voice utilizing falsetto. (Alto)
  • A singer with a voice range from approximately C3 (one octave below middle C) to A4 (above middle C) in choral music, or to "tenor C" (C5, one octave above middle C) or higher in operatic music. (Tenor)
  • A soprano is a singer with a voice range from approximately middle C (C4) to "high A" (A5) in choral music, or to "soprano C" (C6, two octaves above middle C) or higher in operatic music. (Soprano)
  • A statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief about some subject. (Comment)
  • A timpani player. (Timpanist)
  • A topic mapped blog archive of classical music concerts. It was original based on the MyConcerts ontology, which in turn uses the class hierarchy and properties of Kanzaki-san's Music vocabulary (http://www.kanzaki.com/ns/music) but was later migrated to an Ontopedia ontology - not least because Kanzaki's use of hash URIs proved problematic in certain situations. The blog was started in September 2005 in order to test Ontopoly. Earlier entries are reversed engineered from programs and tickets. The topic map now forms the basis of the application at http://psi.ontopedia.net/OKblog. (Tapsa’s Concerts)
  • A trombone player. (Trombonist)
  • A trumpet player. (Trumpeter)
  • A tuba player. (Tuba player)
  • A venue for musical performance, e.g. concert hall, opera house, recital hall, etc. (Venue)
  • A viola player. (Viola player)
  • A violin player. (Violinist)
  • A vocal composition accompanied by instruments and generally containing more than one movement. (Cantata)
  • A web page devoted to a particular subject. (Web page)
  • A work of music for a dance form featuring a staged presentation of group or solo dancing. (Ballet)
  • An adult male who sings in an alto, mezzo or soprano range, often through use of falsetto, or sometimes natural head voice. (Countertenor)
  • An artist who performs a musical instrument (Instrumentalist)
  • An artist who performs, composes or conducts music (Musician)
  • An cor anglais player. (Cor anglais player)
  • An entry in a blog. (Blog entry)
  • An event of musicial performance by players or singers, including theatrical staging. (Musical event)
  • An extended composition usually for orchestra and often comprising four movements. (Symphony)
  • An institution that performs operatic works. (Opera company)
  • An instrumental ensemble, usually fairly large with string, brass, woodwind and percussion sections. (Orchestra)
  • An instrumental or vocal performance given by a single person (perhaps accompanied by piano). (Recital)
  • An oboe player. (Oboist)
  • An ondes Martenot player. (Ondes Martenot player)
  • An orchestral music composed for the opening of an opera or oratorio, often played as an independent work in concerts. (Overture)
  • The binary relationship between a musical event and the venue at which it takes place. (Performed at)
  • The date on which a person died, expressed in standard ISO date format. (Date of death)
  • The date on which a person was born, expressed in standard ISO date format. (Date of birth)
  • The identifier of a musical composition as assigned by either the composer (e.g. 'op.131') or an editor (e.g. 'KV 551') (Opus)
  • The key of a musical work or movement, e.g. C major, d minor, etc. (Key)
  • The performance of a ballet. (Ballet performance)
  • The subject artist (or group, machine, etc) performs a musical work (Performs)
  • The subject musical event has a conductor. If the object agent does not have 'performs' property, the agent is assumed to conduct all programs of the subject musical event. (Conducted by)
  • The subject musical event has a performer (an artist, a group, a machine etc.). If the object agent does not have 'performs' property, the agent is assumed to perform all programs of the subject musical event. (Performer)
  • The subject musical event presents a musical work as its program (Has program)
  • The subject musical work is composed by a person, a group, a software program etc. (Composed by)
 
Object id: 36
Item identifier(s):
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