Difference between revisions of "History:Instrument Tree/Requests"

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* ROOT   
 
* ROOT   
 
* additional (This attribute describes if a particular performance role was considered normal or additional.)   
 
* 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)   
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* 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)   
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* 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.)   
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* 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.)   
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* minor (This attribute describes if a particular cooperation was considered equal or minor.)   
** vocal (This attribute describes a type of vocal performance.)   
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* vocal (This attribute describes a type of vocal performance.)   
 
** Helium (Singing while exhaling helium)   
 
** Helium (Singing while exhaling helium)   
 
** Lead (Lead or solo vocal)   
 
** Lead (Lead or solo vocal)   
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*** Soprano (Soprano)   
 
*** Soprano (Soprano)   
 
*** Tenor (Tenor)   
 
*** Tenor (Tenor)   
*** Narriator (Narriator)   
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*** Background (Background vocal)   
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** Narriator (Narriator)   
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** Background (Background vocal)   
 
*** Choir (Choir)   
 
*** Choir (Choir)   
  
** instrument (This attribute describes the possible instruments that can be captured as part of a performance.)   
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* instrument (This attribute describes the possible instruments that can be captured as part of a performance.)   
*** Wind instruments (Wind instruments)   
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** Wind instruments (Wind instruments)   
 
*** Woodwind (Woodwind)   
 
*** Woodwind (Woodwind)   
*** Double reed (Double reed)   
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**** Double reed (Double reed)   
*** Bagpipe (Bagpipe)   
+
***** Bagpipe (Bagpipe)   
*** Bassoon (Bassoon)   
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***** Bassoon (Bassoon)   
*** Contrabassoon (Contrabassoon)   
+
***** Contrabassoon (Contrabassoon)   
*** English Horn (English Horn)   
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***** English Horn (English Horn)   
*** Oboe (Oboe)   
+
***** Oboe (Oboe)   
*** Other (Other woodwind instruments)   
+
 
*** Bull-roarer (Bull-roarer)   
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**** Other (Other woodwind instruments)   
*** Serpent (Serpent)   
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***** Bull-roarer (Bull-roarer)   
*** 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.)   
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***** Serpent (Serpent)   
*** Clarinet (Clarinet )   
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*** Alto clarinet (Alto clarinet)   
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**** 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.)   
*** Bass clarinet (Bass clarinet)   
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**** Clarinet (Clarinet )   
*** Contrabass clarinet (Contrabass clarinet)   
+
***** Alto clarinet (Alto clarinet)   
*** Flute (Flute )   
+
***** Bass clarinet (Bass clarinet)   
*** Vertical flute (Vertical flute)   
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***** Contrabass clarinet (Contrabass clarinet)   
*** Shakuhachi (Japanese end-blown flute (尺八))   
+
 
*** Ocarina (Ocarina)   
+
**** Flute (Flute )   
*** Pan pipes (Pan pipes)   
+
***** Vertical flute (Vertical flute)   
*** Piccolo (Piccolo)   
+
***** Shakuhachi (Japanese end-blown flute (尺八))   
*** Recorder flute (Recorder flute)   
+
***** 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)   
  
** Saxophone (Saxophone )   
+
**** Free reed (Free reed)   
*** Soprano saxophone (Soprano saxophone)   
+
***** Accordion (Accordion)   
*** Alto saxophone (Alto saxophone)   
+
***** Concertina (Concertina)   
*** Tenor saxophone (Tenor saxophone)   
+
***** Harmonica (Harmonica)   
*** Baritone saxophone (Baritone saxophone)   
+
***** Melodica (Melodica) 
 +
***** Sheng (Sheng)   
  
** 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)   
 
*** String instruments (String instruments)   
*** Bass (Bass)   
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**** Bass (Bass)   
*** Acoustic upright bass (Acoustic upright bass)   
+
***** Acoustic upright bass (Acoustic upright bass)   
*** Electric upright bass (Electric upright bass)   
+
****** Acoustic bass guitar (Acoustic bass guitar)   
*** Acoustic bass guitar (Acoustic bass guitar)   
+
 
*** Electric bass guitar (Electric bass guitar)   
+
***** Electric bass guitar (Electric bass guitar)   
*** Guitars (Guitars)   
+
****** Electric upright bass (Electric upright bass)   
*** Acoustic guitar (Acoustic guitar)   
+
 
**** Spanish acoustic guitar (Spanish acoustic guitar)   
+
**** Guitars (Guitars)   
 +
***** Guitar
 +
***** Acoustic guitar (Acoustic guitar)   
 +
****** Spanish acoustic guitar (Spanish acoustic 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)   
  
*** 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)   
 
*** Fiddle (Fiddle)   
 
*** Violin (Violin)   
 
*** Violin (Violin)   

Revision as of 20:21, 1 October 2005

  • ROOT
  • 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)
            • Acoustic bass guitar (Acoustic bass guitar)
          • Electric bass guitar (Electric bass guitar)
            • Electric upright bass (Electric upright bass)
        • Guitars (Guitars)
          • Guitar
          • Acoustic guitar (Acoustic guitar)
            • Spanish acoustic guitar (Spanish acoustic 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))