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* additional (This attribute describes if a particular performance role was considered normal or additional.) 
 
** dissolving (This attribute describes if a particular artist was in the group/collaboration when it was dissolved) 
 
** founding (This attribute describes if a particular artist was a founding member of this group/collaboration) 
 
** guest (This attribute indicates a 'guest' performance where the performer is not usually part of the band.) 
 
** minor (This attribute describes if a particular cooperation was considered equal or minor.) 
 
** vocal (This attribute describes a type of vocal performance.) 
 
** Helium (Singing while exhaling helium) 
 
** Lead (Lead or solo vocal) 
 
*** Alto (Alto) 
 
*** Bass-Baritone (Bass-Baritone) 
 
*** Contralto (Contralto) 
 
*** Baritone (Baritone) 
 
*** Bass (Bass) 
 
*** Contra-tenor (Contra-tenor) 
 
*** Mezzo-soprano (Mezzo-soprano) 
 
*** Soprano (Soprano) 
 
*** Tenor (Tenor) 
 
*** Narriator (Narriator) 
 
*** Background (Background vocal) 
 
*** Choir (Choir) 
 
 
 
** instrument (This attribute describes the possible instruments that can be captured as part of a performance.) 
 
*** Wind instruments (Wind instruments) 
 
*** Woodwind (Woodwind) 
 
*** Double reed (Double reed) 
 
*** Bagpipe (Bagpipe) 
 
*** Bassoon (Bassoon) 
 
*** Contrabassoon (Contrabassoon) 
 
*** English Horn (English Horn) 
 
*** Oboe (Oboe) 
 
*** Other (Other woodwind instruments) 
 
*** Bull-roarer (Bull-roarer) 
 
*** Serpent (Serpent) 
 
*** Singular Reed (Saxophone, clarinets and possibly flutes? as well sould have this as an Sup-category. often in Jazz there is ony the mention that x plays 'reeds' usually meaing sax or clarinets.) 
 
*** Clarinet (Clarinet ) 
 
*** Alto clarinet (Alto clarinet) 
 
*** Bass clarinet (Bass clarinet) 
 
*** Contrabass clarinet (Contrabass clarinet) 
 
*** Flute (Flute ) 
 
*** Vertical flute (Vertical flute) 
 
*** Shakuhachi (Japanese end-blown flute (尺八)) 
 
*** Ocarina (Ocarina) 
 
*** Pan pipes (Pan pipes) 
 
*** Piccolo (Piccolo) 
 
*** Recorder flute (Recorder flute) 
 
 
 
** Saxophone (Saxophone ) 
 
*** Soprano saxophone (Soprano saxophone) 
 
*** Alto saxophone (Alto saxophone) 
 
*** Tenor saxophone (Tenor saxophone) 
 
*** Baritone saxophone (Baritone saxophone) 
 
 
 
** Other (Other wind instruments) 
 
*** Conch (Conch shell) 
 
*** Didgeridoo (Didgeridoo) 
 
*** Brass (Brass) 
 
*** Cornet (Cornet) 
 
*** Horn (Horn) 
 
*** Alphorn (Alphorn) 
 
*** Baritone horn (Baritone horn) 
 
*** Flugelhorn (Flugelhorn) 
 
*** French horn (French horn) 
 
*** Tenor Horn (Alto Horn) (Tenor Horn (Alto Horn)) 
 
*** Trombone (Trombone) 
 
*** Bass Trombone (bass trombone) 
 
*** Sackbut (Sackbut) 
 
*** Trumpet (Trumpet) 
 
*** Tuba (Tuba) 
 
*** Euphonium (Euphonium) 
 
*** Sousaphone (Sousaphone) 
 
*** Wagner tuba (Wagner tuba) 
 
*** Other (Other) 
 
*** Bugle (Bugle) 
 
*** Mellophone (Mellophone) 
 
*** Ophicleide (Ophicleide) 
 
*** Shofar (Shofar) 
 
*** Free reed (Free reed) 
 
*** Accordion (Accordion) 
 
*** Concertina (Concertina) 
 
*** Harmonica (Harmonica) 
 
*** Melodica (Melodica) 
 
*** Sheng (Sheng) 
 
*** String instruments (String instruments) 
 
*** Bass (Bass) 
 
*** Acoustic upright bass (Acoustic upright bass) 
 
*** Electric upright bass (Electric upright bass) 
 
*** Acoustic bass guitar (Acoustic bass guitar) 
 
*** Electric bass guitar (Electric bass guitar) 
 
*** Guitars (Guitars) 
 
*** Acoustic guitar (Acoustic guitar) 
 
**** Spanish acoustic guitar (Spanish acoustic guitar) 
 
 
 
*** Guitar (Guitar) 
 
*** Classical guitar (Classical guitar) 
 
*** Electric Guitar (Electric Guitar) 
 
*** Slide guitar (Slide guitar) 
 
*** Steel guitar (Steel guitar) 
 
*** Harp (Harp) 
 
*** Violins (Violins) 
 
*** Double Bass / Contrabass (Double Bass / Contrabass) 
 
*** Cello (Cello) 
 
*** Fiddle (Fiddle) 
 
*** Violin (Violin) 
 
**** Alto Violin (alto violin) 
 
 
 
*** Viola (Viola) 
 
*** Other (Other) 
 
*** Aeolian harp (Aeolian harp) 
 
*** Appalachian Dulcimer (Appalachian Dulcimer) 
 
*** Balalaika (Balalaika) 
 
*** Banjo (Banjo) 
 
*** Berimbau (Berimbau) 
 
*** Biwa (Biwa) 
 
*** Bouzouki (Bouzouki) 
 
*** Mandolin (Mandolin) 
 
*** Musical bow (Musical bow) 
 
*** Crwth (Crwth) 
 
*** Gayageum (Gayageum) 
 
*** Geomungo (Geomungo) 
 
*** Hammered dulcimer (Hammered dulcimer) 
 
*** Hardanger (Hardanger) 
 
*** Hurdy gurdy (Hurdy gurdy) 
 
*** Jew's harp (Jew's harp) 
 
*** Komungo (Komungo) 
 
*** Kora (Kora) 
 
*** Koto (Koto) 
 
*** Lute (Lute) 
 
*** Lyre (Lyre) 
 
*** Mbira (Mbira) 
 
*** Psaltery (Psaltery) 
 
*** Samisen (or shamisen) (Samisen (or shamisen)) 
 
*** Sitar (Sitar) 
 
*** Ukulele (Ukulele) 
 
*** Tres (Tres) 
 
*** Vieille (Vieille) 
 
*** Vihuela (Vihuela) 
 
*** Viola da Gamba (Viola da Gamba) 
 
*** Viola d'amore (Viola d'amore) 
 
*** Violotta (Violotta) 
 
*** Washtub bass (Washtub bass) 
 
*** Xalam (or khalam) (Xalam (or khalam)) 
 
*** Zither (Zither) 
 
*** Percussion instruments (Percussion instruments) 
 
*** Drums (Drums) 
 
*** Drumset (Drumset) 
 
*** Congas (Congas) 
 
*** Bongos (Bongos) 
 
*** Snare Drum (Snare Drum) 
 
*** Other (Other) 
 
*** Modern percussion (Modern (non-traditional) instruments) 
 
*** Cowbell (Cowbell) 
 
*** Ratchet (Ratchet) 
 
*** Spoons (Spoons) 
 
*** Vibraslap (Vibraslap) 
 
*** Washboard (Washboard) 
 
*** Wood Block (Wood Block) 
 
*** Other (Other percussion instruments) 
 
*** Temple Blocks (Temple Blocks) 
 
*** Orchestral Percussion (Orchestral Percussion) 
 
*** Timbales (Timbales) 
 
*** Triangle (Triangle) 
 
*** Whip (Whip) 
 
*** Latin Percussion (Latin Percussion) 
 
*** Afuche (Afuche) 
 
*** Castanets (Castanets) 
 
*** Claves (Claves) 
 
*** Doyra (Doyra) 
 
*** Güiro (Güiro) 
 
*** Maracas (Maracas) 
 
*** Mendoza (Mendoza) 
 
*** Tuned Percussion (Tuned Percussion) 
 
*** Bells (Bells) 
 
*** Crotales (Crotales) 
 
*** Glockenspiel (Glockenspiel) 
 
*** Marimba (Marimba) 
 
*** Timpani (Timpani) 
 
*** Tubular Bells (Tubular Bells) 
 
*** Vibraphone (Vibraphone) 
 
*** Xylophone (Xylophone) 
 
*** Electronic instruments (Electronic instruments) 
 
*** Denis d'or (Denis d'or) 
 
*** Dubreq Stylophone (Dubreq Stylophone) 
 
*** Drum machine (Drum machine) 
 
*** Ondes Martenot (Ondes Martenot) 
 
*** Sampler (Sampler) 
 
*** Synclavier (Synclavier) 
 
*** Synthesizer (Synthesizer) 
 
*** Teleharmonium (Teleharmonium) 
 
*** Theremin (Theremin) 
 
*** Keyboard instruments (Keyboard instruments) 
 
*** Calliope (Calliope) 
 
*** Clavinet (clavinet) 
 
*** Keyboard (Keyboard) 
 
*** Carillon (Carillon) 
 
*** Celesta (Celesta) 
 
*** Clavichord (Clavichord) 
 
*** Harpsichord (Harpsichord) 
 
*** Mellotron (Mellotron) 
 
*** Organ (Organ ) 
 
*** Hammond Organ (Hammond Organ) 
 
*** Harmonium (Harmonium) 
 
*** Pipe organ (Pipe organ) 
 
*** Piano (Piano) 
 
*** Grand Piano (Grand Piano) 
 
*** Rhodes Piano (Rhodes Piano) 
 
*** Upright Piano (Upright Piano) 
 
*** Other instruments (Other instruments) 
 
*** Butt harp (A harp played by... Eh. Never mind. Google it.) 
 
*** Thai instruments (asked for by mo.) 
 
**** Dàn nguyêt (a two-stringed lute with a circular, flat body, related to the corresponding chinese instrument "moon lute") 
 
**** Dàn tỳ bà (Four-stringed lute with a pear-shaped body. Like the "moon lute", it has greatly elevated frets at the neck.) 
 
 
 
*** Hardart (Hardart) 
 
*** Kazoo (Kazoo) 
 
*** Lasso d'amore (Lasso d'amore) 
 
*** Musical Saw (Musical Saw) 
 
*** Singing bowl (Singing bowl) 
 
*** Suikinkutsu (Suikinkutsu (Japanese water zither))
 

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