discographical

discography

[dih-skog-ruh-fee]
noun, plural discographies.
1.
a selective or complete list of phonograph recordings, typically of one composer, performer, or conductor.
2.
the analysis, history, or classification of phonograph recordings.
3.
the methods of analyzing or classifying phonograph recordings.


Origin:
1930–35; < French discographie. See disc, -o-, -graphy

discographical [dis-kuh-graf-i-kuhl] , discographic, adjective
discographically, adverb
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discography (dɪsˈkɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n
1.  a classified reference list of gramophone records
2.  another word for discology
 
dis'cographer
 
n

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discography
1933, from disc + -ography.
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discography dis·cog·ra·phy (dĭ-skŏg'rə-fē)
n.
Examination of the intervertebral disk space using x-rays after injection of contrast media into the disk.

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