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dis·cog·ra·phy / disˈkägrəfē/ • n. (pl. -phies) a descriptive catalog of musical recordings, particularly those of a particular performer or composer. ∎  all of a performer's or composer's recordings considered as a body of work: his discography is overwhelmingly classical. ∎  the study of musical recordings and compilation of descriptive catalogs. DERIVATIVES: dis·cog·ra·pher / -fər/ n.

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discography

discography. A list of gramophone recordings, either of those of the mus. of a particular composer, or those made by an individual artist, orch., or instr. combination. When an artist has recorded for several cos. and in several countries, these can require considerable and valuable research. A discography is becoming a standard feature of many books on music.

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