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Types of Compositions

M --N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S

M

Madrigaal
(Dutch); use madrigal.

Madrigal/Madrigals
TYPE (English, French, German, Hungarian,
Russian, Spanish); use for madrigaal,
madrigale, madrygal. LCCN 87-753554

Madrigale
(Italian); use madrigal.

Madrygal
(Polish); use madrigal.

Magnificat/Magnificats
TYPE (Latin); liturgical (see note 3, p. ii);
use for magníficat, magnifikat. LCNAF
81-138464

Magnifícat
(Spanish); use magnificat.

Magnifikat
(Russian); use magnificat.

March/Marches
TYPE (English); use for induló, marcha,
marche, marcia, mars, marsch, marsh, marsz.
LCNAF 88-655339

Marcha
(Portuguese, spanish); use march.

Marche
(French); use march.

Marcia
(Italian); use march.

Mars
(Dutch); use march.

Marsch
(German); use march.

Marsz
(Polish); use march.

Mass/Masses
TYPE (english); use as the first word of a
distinctive title so named by the composer or
as a generic title with qualifiers when needed
to distinguish between a composer's masses or
produce a more logical arrangement (e.g.,
Haydn, Joseph [Masses, H. XXII, 9, c
major], Bruckner, Anton [Masses, E minor].);
use for messa, messe, misa, missa, mise, msa,
msza. LCNAF 82-145601

Mazur
(Polish); use mazurka.

Mazurca
(Italian, spanish); use mazurka.

Mazurek
(Italian, Polish); use mazurka.

Mazurka/Mazurkas
TYPE (Czech, English, French, german,
Hungarian, Russian); use for mazur, mazurca,
Mazurek. LCCN 88-753972

Melodia
(Hungarian, Italian, spanish); use melody.

Melodie
(Czech, Dutch, German); use melody.

Mélodie/Mélodies
TYPE (French); apply LCRI 25.29A; used for
a French work for 1) solo voice and keyboard
stringed instrument, in which case do not
include the medium of performance in the
uniform title (LCRI 25.29A), e.g., Chausson,
Ernest [Mélodies, op. 2] or for 2) solo voice
and accompaniment of other than a solo
keyboard stringed instrument or without
accompaniment, in which case indicate the
medium of accompaniment or absence of
accompaniment in the uniform title
(25.30B10). "Melodies" in these cases do not
have the same meaning as the cognate in other
languages. LCNAF 83-40105

Melodiia
(Russian); use melody.

Melodja
(Polish); use melody.

Melody/Melodies
TYPE (English); see LCRI 25.29a:
considered a type distinct from the French
"mélodie", e.g., Cage, John. [Melodies,
violin, keyboard instrument]. Use for melodia,
melodie (use for the French "Mélodie" when
medium of performance is other than specified
in LCRI 25.29A), melodiia, melodja. LCCN
85-752614

Menuet
(Russian); use minuet.

Menuett
(German, Hungarian); use minuet.

Menuetto
(Italian); use minuet.

Messa
(Italian); use as the first word of a composer's
distinctive title, e.g., Puccini, Giacomo.
[Messa di Gloria]; use Mass if a generic title
is appropriate.

Messe
(French, German); use as the first word of a
composer's distinctive title, e.g., Gilles, Jean
[Messe des morts]

Miniaatür
DISTINCTIVE (Polish)

Miniatiura
DISTINCTIVE (Russian)

Miniatur
DISTINCTIVE (German) LCCN 91-756105

Miniatur
DISTINCTIVE (Hungarian) LCCN
90-752363

Miniatura
DISTINCTIVE (Italian, Spanish) LCCN
86-750186

Miniature
DISTINCTIVE (English, French) LCNAF
86-869720

Miniatuur
DISTINCTIVE (Dutch)

Minué
(Spanish); use minuet.

Minuet/Minuets
TYPE (English); use for menuet, menuett,
menuetto, minué, minuete, minuetto. LCNAF
81-22486

Minuete
(Portuguese, spanish); use minuet.

Minuetto
(Italian); use minuet.

Misa
(spanish); use as the first word of a
composer's distinctive title (e.g., Sojo, Vicente
Emilio. [Misa cromática]); use Mass if a
generic title is appropriate.

Mise
(Hungarian); use as the first word of a
composer's distinctive title; use Mass if a
generic title is appropriate.

Miserere
TYPE (Latin); liturgical (see noe 3, p. ii)
LCNAF 86-130058

Missa
(Latin); use as the first word of a composer's
distinctive title, (e.g., Frescobaldi, Girolamo
[Missa sopra l'arca della monica}); use Mass if
a generic title is appropriate.

Morceau/Morceaux
TYPE (French); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title; see
also darab, p'esa, pezzo, pičce, pieza,
skladba, Stück, stuk, utwór. LCNAF
87-831073

Morceau de concert
DISTINCTIVE (French)

Motet/Motets
TYPE (Czech, Dutch, English, French,
Polish, Russian); use for motete, motetta,
Motette, motetto, motteto, mottetto. LCNAF
89-619913

Motete
(Spanish); use motet.

Motetta
(Hungarian); use motet.

Motette
(German); use motet.

Motetto
(Italian); use motet.

Mouvement/Mouvements
TYPE (French); for "movement"; use for an
independent work titled as such, not for
indivicual movements of a larger work; see
also chast, movimento, movimiento, Satz,
tétel. LCCN 91-751167

Movement/Movements
TYPE (English); use for an independent work
titled as such, not for individual movements of
a larger work; see also chast, movimento,
movimiento, mouvement, Satz, tétel). LCNAF
82-77765

Movimento/Movimenti
TYPE (Italian); for "movement"; use for an
independent work titled as such, not for
individual movements of a larger work; see
also chast, mouvement, movimiento, Satz,
tétel. LCCN 85-754992

Movimiento/Movimientos
TYPE (Spanish); for "movement"; use for an
independent work titled as such, not for
individual movements of a larger work; see
also chast, mouvement, movimento, Satz,
tétel. LCCN 91-761385

Msa
(Czech); use as the first word of a composer's
distinctive title (e.g., Janácek, Leos [Msa
glagolskaja]); use Mass if a generic title is
appropriate.

Msza
(Polish); use as the first word of a composer's
distinctive title; use Mass if a generic title is
appropriate.

Music
TYPE (English); use for musica, música,
Musik, musique, muzyka. LCNAF 85-244981

Musica
(Italian); use music.

Música
(spanish); use music.

Musical comedy
For collections of a composer's musical
comedies, use the uniform title Musicals.
LCNAF 83-151232

Musik
(German); use music.

Musique
(French); use music.

Muzyka
(Russian); use music.

N

Nocturne/Nocturnes
TYPE (English, French, German); use for
nocturno, noktiurn, notturno. LCNAF
86-857989

Nocturno
(Spanish); use nocturne.

Noktiurn
(Russian); use nocturne.

Nonet/Nonets
TYPE (English, French, Russian); use for
noneto, Nonett, nonetto. LCCN 88-752352

Noneto
(Spanish); use nonet.

Nonett
(German); use nonet.

Nonetto
(Italian, spanish); use nonet.

Notturno
(German, Italian); use nocturne.

O

Obertura
(spanish); use overture.

Octet/Octets
TYPE (English); use for octeto, octuor, oktet,
Oktett, ottetto. LCNAF 87-120620

Octeto
(Spanish); use octet.

Octuor
(French); use octet.

Oda
(Polish, Spanish, Russian); use ode.

'Oda
(Czech, Hungarian); use ode.

Ode/Odes
TYPE (English, French, German, Italian); use
for oda, 'oda. LCCN 85-753189

Obertura
(Spanish); use overture.

Oktet
(russian); use octet.

Oktett
(German); use octet.

Oriental
DISTINCTIVE (English) LCCN 77-750441

Orientale
DISTINCTIVE (French) LCCN 88-753369

Ottetto
(Italian); use octet.

Ouvertüre
(German); use overture unless part of a larger
work. In that case use composer's original
spelling.

Ouverture
(French, Italian); use overture unless part of a
larger work. In that case use composer's
original spelling.

Overtura
(Hungarian); use overture unless part of a
larger work. In that case use composer's
original spelling.

Overture/Overtures
TYPE (English); use for independent
overtures, either non-distinctively named
individual overtures or for collections of a
composer's overtures. Overtures which are
part of a larger work follow rule 25.32.
When used as a generic title, see 25.30B1: do
not include medium of performance when the
overture is for orchestra, as it is the implied
medium; include medium of performance in all
other cases; use for abertura, obertura,
Ouvertüre, ouverture, overtura, sinfonia,
uvertiura, uwertura. LCNAF 85-300279.

P

Padovana
(Italian); use pavan.

Paduana
(German); use pavan.

Panasz
DISTINCTIVE (Hungarian)

Parte
(Italian); use partita.

Parthia
(German); use partita.

Parthie
(German); use partita.

Partia
(German); use partita.

Partie
(German); use partita.

Partita/Partitas
TYPE (english, French, German, Italian,
Russian, Spanish); use for parte, Parthia,
Parthie, Partia, Partie (German). Do not use
for partie (French): it is synonomous with
movement or part and is not a cognate of
partita. LCNAF 85-235300

Pasacalle
(spanish); use passacaglia.

Pasp'e
(russian); use passepied.

Paspié
(French); use passepied.

Passacaglia/Passacaglias
TYPE (English, German, Hungarian, Italian,
Spanish); use for pasacalle, passacaille,
passacalle, passakal'ia, passakaliia, passecaille.
LCNAF 81-5033

Passacaille
(French); use passacaglia.

Passacalle
(Spanish); use passacaglia.

Passakal'ia
(Russian); use passacaglia.

Passakaliia
(Russian); use passacaglia.

Passepied/Passepieds
TYPE (english, German, Hungarian, Italian);
use for pasp'e, paspié, passe-pied, pass-pié

Passe-pied
(French); use passepied.

Pass-pié
(French); use passepied.

Pastoral/Pastorals; Pastorale/Pastorales
TYPE (english, French, german, Italian,
Spanish); LC uses the spelling with or without
the final "e" depending on which spelling the
composer used; use for pastoral, pasztorál.
LCNAF 81-140255

Pastoral
(Russian); use pastoral(e)

Pastourelle
DISTINCTIVE (French); for instrumental
works. LCCN 75-3532

Pasztorál
(Hungarian); use pastoral(e)

Pavan/Pavans
TYPE (English, German); use for paduana,
pavana, pavane, paven, pavin. LCNAF
86-856032

Pavana
(Czech, Italian, Polish, Russian, spanish); use
pavan.

Pavane
(French); use pavan.

Pavin
(English); use pavan.

P'esa/P'esy
TYPE (Russian); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title; see
also darab, morceau, pezzo, pičce, pieza,
skladba, Stück, stuk, utwór. LCNAF 90-22998

Pesnia
(Russian); use song.

Pezzo/Pezzi
TYPE (Italian); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title; see
also darab, morceau, p'esa, pičce, pieza,
skladba, Stück, stuk, utwór. LCNAF 84-38588

Pezzo da concierto
DISTINCTIVE (Italian)

Phancy
(English); use fancy.

Phansie
(English); use fancy.

Phantasie/Phantasien
TYPE (German); use this form when it is the
composer's original title; see also fantaisie,
fantasia (english), fantasia (Italian), Fantasie,
fantasy, phantasy. LCNAF 81-133005

Phantasy/Phantasies
TYPE (english); use this form when it is the
composer's original title; see also fantaisie,
fantasia (english), fantasia (Italian), Fantasie,
fantasy, Phantase.

Piece/Pieces
TYPE (English); use this form when it is the
composer's original title; see also darab,
morceau, p'esa, pezzo, pičce, pieza, skladba,
Stück, stuk,
utwór. LCCN 89-750307

Pičce/Pičces
TYPE (French); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title; see
"piece" for usage; see also darab, morceau,
p'esa, pezzo, pieza, skladba, Stück, stuk,
utwór. LCNAF 89-628259

Pičce de concert
DISTINCTIVE (French)

Pieza/Piezas
TYPE (spanish); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title; see
"piece" for usage; see also darab, morceau,
p'esa, pezzo, pičce, skladba, Stück, stuk,
utwór. LCNAF 88-910

Pieza da concerto
DISTINCTIVE (Spanish)
Poem
DISTINCTIVE (English) LCCN 91-752983

Poema
DISTINCTIVE (Spanish) LCCN 87-770352

Poema
DISTINCTIVE (Italian) LCCN 84-755042

Poema
DISTINCTIVE (Russian) LCCN 84-759433

Poemat
DISTINCTIVE (Polish)

Počme
DISTINCTIVE (French) LCCN 84-757409

Polacca/Polaccas
TYPE (Italian); an Italianate piece in the style
of a polonaise. Sufficiently individualized not
to be considered a strict cognate. LCCN
87-181417

Polca
(Italian, Portuguese, Spanish); use polka.

Polka/Polkas
TYPE (Dutch, English, French, German,
Hungarian, Polish); use for polca, pol ka.
LCNAF 79-27573

Pol'ka
(Russian); use polka.

Polonaise/Polonaises
TYPE (English, French, German); use for
polonäse, polonesa, polonese, polonez. do
not use for Polacca. LCNAF 92-10619

Polonäse
(German); use polonaise.

Polonesa
(Spanish); use polonaise.

Polonese
(Italian); use polonaise.

Polonez
(Russian); use polonaise.

Posludio
(Italian); use postlude.

Postliudiia
(Russian); use postlude.

Postlude/Postludes
TYPE (English, French); use for posludio,
postliudiia, postludio, postludium. LCNAF
88-611047

Postludio
(Italian, Spanish); use postlude.

Postludium
(German, Hungarian); use postlude.

Praeludium
(German); use prelude.

Präludium
(German); use prelude.

Preliud
(Russian); use prelude.

Preliudiia
(Russian); use prelude.

Prelude/Preludes
TYPE (English); use for Praeludium.
Präludium, preliud, preliudiaa, prélude,
preludio, preludium, preludjum (Liszt's tone
poem entitled Les preludes is not to be
considered as a type) LCNAF 88-621625

Prélude
(French); use prelude.

Preludio
(Italian, spanish); use prelude.

Preludium
(Czech, Hungarian); use prelude.

Preludjum
(Polish); use prelude.

Presto/Prestos
TYPE (Italian) LCNAF 84-43349

Prolog
DISTINCTIVE (German, Hungarian,
Russian); use for independent pieces so
named. When part of a larger work, follow
rule 25.32.

Prologo
DISTINCTIVE (Italian, spanish); use for
independent pieces so named. when part of a
larger work, follow rule 25.32.

Prologue
DISTINCTIVE (english, French); use for
independent prologues. Prologues which are
part of a larger work follow rule 25.32.

LCNAF 89-754755

Psalm/Psalms
TYPE (English, German, Russian); use in the
language of the original and in the singular if a
single psalm is qualified in a title by the
number of the psalm. Give the numeral in the
numerical system used by the composer. E.g.:
[Psalm 116], [Psaume XLVII], [salmo XIX].
If a composer used the single title 'psalms'
(or its cognates) for several psalms without
indication of psalm numbers or grouped
several psalms in one publication (whether
psalm numbers are indicated or not), use the
English plural form and (if necessary to
distinguish from other psalms), the qualifying
statement that best facilitates a logical
arrangement of entries. E.g.: Head, Michael
[Psalms], Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix
[Psalms, op. 78], Holst, gustav [Psalms,
mixed voices, string orchestra]. Use for
psalmo, psalmus, psaume, salmo, zalm.
LCNAF 82-42547; LCNAF 83-163693

Psalmo
(Spanish); use psalm.

Psalmus
(Latin); see psalm.

Psaume
(French); see psalm.

Q

Quartet/Quartets
TYPE (english); use for cuarteto, kvartet,
Quartett, quartetto, quatuor. LCNAF 84-88603

Quartett
(German); use quartet.

Quartettino/Quartettinos
TYPE (Italian) LCCN 85-751084

Quartetto
(Italian); use quartet.

Quatuor
(French); use quartet.

Quintet/Quintets
TYPE (English); use for kvintet, quinteto,
Quintett, quintette, quintetto. LCNAF
83-17616

Quinteto
(Spanish); use quintet.

Quintett
(German); use quintet.

Quintette
(French); use quintet.

Quintettino
TYPE (Italian)

Quintetto
(Italian); use quintet.

Quodlibet/Quodlibets
TYPE (English, French, German, Hungarian,
Italian, Spanish); use for kvodlibet. LCCN
85-754103

R

Rapsodia
(Italian, Spanish); use rhapsody.

Rapsodiia
(Russian); use rhapsody.

Recercada
(spanish); use ricercare.

Recitative
DISTINCTIVE (English, French) LCCN
87-770023

Rekviem
(Russian); use Requiem.

Requiem/Requiems
TYPE (Latin); liturgical (see note 3, p. ii)
LCCN 86-753798

Retornelo
DISTINCTIVE (spanish); used as an
introduction or interlude to a Baroque aria or
concerto. Do not treat as a type of
composition.

Rhapsodie
(French, German); use rhapsody.

Rhapsody/Rhapsodies
TYPE (English); use for rapsodia, rapsodiia,
Rhapsodie.

Ricercar
(French, German); use ricercare.

Ricercar/Ricercars/Ricercari
TYPE (English, Italian); use for recercada,
Ricercar, richerkar. LCCN 84-757355

Richerkar
(Russian); use ricercare.

Rigadoon
(English); use rigaudon.

Rigaudon/Rigaudons
TYPE (French, German, Hungarian); use for
rigadoon, rigodon, rigodón. LCCN 85-752971

Rigodon
(Italian, Russian); use rigaudon.

Rigodón
(Spanish); use rigaudon.

Ritornello
TYPE (Italian) LCNAF 86-856212

Ritournelle
TYPE (French) LCCN 91-750698

Rogtonzés
(Hungarian); use improvisation.

Romance/Romances
TYPE (English, French, spanish); a 16th-17th
century spanish ballade (also Romanza), an
18th century French song, and a 19th century
instrumental work. If an instrumental work,
use the English form. Use for instrumental
works titled romans, Romanza, romanze. If a
vocal work, use the form of the language of
the text. (See "song" for treatment) LCNAF
87-121520

Romans/Romansy
TYPE (Russian); solo vocal form. See "song"
for treatment. LCNAF 88-612715

Romanza/Romanzas
TYPE (Spanish); solo vocal form. See "song"
for treatment.

Romanze/Romanzen
TYPE (German); solo vocal form. See
"song" for treatment.

Rondeau/Rondeaux
TYPE (French); use as a type only for the
"form fixe" vocal work of the 13th-15th
centuries, and as the refrain form used in the
suites of the Baroque era. If encountered as
the French variant of the repeat form of the
late 18th and 19th centuries, use rondo.

Rondino/Rondinos
TYPE (English) LCNAF 78-61506

Rondo/Rondos
TYPE (English, French, German); use for
rondó, rondň, Rundgesang. LCNAF
82-140142

Rondó
(Spanish); use rondo.

Rondň
(Italian); use rondo.

Rumba/Rumbas
TYPE (English, French, German, Italian,
Russian, spanish) LCCN 84-756246

Rundgesang
(German); use rondo.

S

Salmo
(Italian); se psalm.

Salve Regina
TYPE (Latin); liturgical (see note 3, p. ii)
LCNAF 83-163506

Samba/Sambas
TYPE (English, French, German, Italian,
Russian, spanish) LCCN 86-752077

Sanctus
TYPE (Latin); liturgical (see note 3, p. ii)

Saraband/Sarabands
TYPE (English); use for sarabanda,
Sarabande, zarabanda. LCNAF 87-103646

Sarabanda
(Italian, Russian); use Saraband.

Sarabande
(French, German); use Saraband.

Satz/Sätze
TYPE (German); for 'movement'; use for an
independent work titled as such not for
individual movements of a larger work; see
also chast, mouvement, movimiento,
movimento, mouvement, tétel. LCNAF
87-136299

Scherzo/Scherzos
TYPE (English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish); use for skertso.

Schottische
(German); use ecossaise,

Scozzese
(Italian); use ecossaise.

Sekstet
(Russian); use sextet.

Septet/Septets
TYPE (English, Russian); use for septeto,
Septett, septimino, septuor, septimino.
LCNAF 82-130965

Septeto
(Spanish); use septet.

Septett
(German); use septet.

Septimino
(spanish); use septet.

Septuor
(French); use septet.

Serenada
(Russian); use Serenade.

Serenade/Serenades
TYPE (English, French); instrumental
composition of the 18th and 19th centuries;
use for serenada, serenata. LCNAF 81-112131

Serenata
(Italian); see serenade (for instrumental works)

Sestetto
(Italian); use sextet.

Setting
DISTINCTIVE (English) LCCN 88-754240

Settimino
(Italian); use septet.

Sextet/Sextets
TYPE (English); use for sekstet, sestetto,
sexteto, Sextett, sextuor. LCNAF 85-204021

Sexteto
(Spanish); use sextet.

Sextett
(German); use sextet.

Sextuor
(French); use sextet.

Siciliana/Siciliano/Siciliani
TYPE (english, Italian, Spanish); use for
sitsiliana, siziliano. Both siciliana and
siciliano are common spellings; use the
composer's original spelling. LCCN
83-176118

Sicilien
Masculine form of sicilienne; use siciliana or
siciliano.

Siciliene
Variant spelling of sicilienne; use siciliana or
siciliano.

Sicilienne
(French); use siciliana or siciliano.

Simfoniia
(Russian); use symphony.

Simphonie
(French); use symphony.

Simphonie concertante/Simphonies concertantes
TYPE (French); use when it is the composer's
original title; see also sinfonia concertante,
sinfonie concertante, symphonie concertante.
LCNAF 86-871273

Simphony
Variant spelling of symphony; use symphony.

Sinfonia/Sinfonie
TYPE (Italian); cognate for symphony. When
the term represents the multi-movement work
of the 18th-20th centuries, use symphony.
NOTE: the serm also represents several
separate types of Italian Baroque compositions,
one of which (the tri-partite opera overture)
was one of the precursors of the modern
symphony. When used to represent any of
these Baroque compositions, the term should
not be normalized to symphony; use
sinfonia/sinfonie. However, the German
"Sinfonie" (pl. Sinfonien) (a cognate of
symphony) should be normalized to symphony.
LCNAF 88-609341

Sinfonia concertante/Sinfonie concertanti
TYPE (Italian); use when it is the composer's
original title; see also simphonie concertante,
sinfonie concertante, symphonie concertante.
LCNAF 87-105768

Sinfonie
The German cognate for symphony and the
Italian plural of sinfonia. When it represents
the 18th-20th century multi-movement work
use symphony. When it represents the plural
of the Italian Baroque sinfonia, use Sinfonie.

Sinfonie concertante/Sinfonies concertantes
TYPE (French); use when it is the composer's
original title; see also simphonie concertante,
sinfonia concertante, symphonie concertante.

Sinfonietta/Sinfoniettas
TYPE (Italian) LCNAF 85-289728

Sitsiliana
(Russian); use siciliana.

Siuita
(Russian); use suite.

Siziliano
(German); use siciliano.

Skertso
(Russian); use scherzo.

Sketch
DISTINCTIVE (English) LCCN 84-759279

Skizze
DISTINCTIVE (German); for "sketch"
LCCN 86-754441

Skladba/Skladby
TYPE (Czech); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title; see
also darab, morceau, p'esa, pezzo, pičce,
pieza, Stück, stuk, utwor. LCCN 91-752182

Solo/Solos
TYPE (English); probably not used in other
languages as a type of composition. "In 18th
century English terminology, 'solo' as the
designation for a piece of music for a melody
instrument with continuo accompaniment was
virtually equivalent to 'sonata' and was often
so used in titles." -- New Grove. LCNAF
88-676840

Sonata/Sonatas
TYPE (English, Italian, Russian, Spanish);
use for sonate. LCNAF 89-605155

Sonata en trio
(spanish); use trio sonata.

Sonate
(French, German); use sonata.

Sonate en trio
(French); use trio sonata.

Sonatina/Sonatinas
TYPE (English, Italian, Russian, Spanish);
use for Sonatine. LCNAF 82-116353

Sonatine
(French, German); use Sonatina.

Song/Songs
TYPE (english); use for works of this type in
English. Use only for miscellaneous sets, e.g.,
[Songs], [songs. Selections] and specific
collections, e.g., [Songs, op. 14], [songs, op.
56. Maid sings light]. For other languages
see, e.g., canción, canzone, chanson, Gesang,
Lied, melodie, pesnia, romance. LCNAF
85-139914

Spielmusik
DISTINCTIVE (German)

Stabat Mater
TYPE (Latin); liturgical (see note 3, p. ii)
LCCN 89-755320

Stück/Stücke
TYPE (German); for "piece"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title. See
also estudio, etiud, etude, Etüde, studio.
LCNAF 80-125202

Studie/Studien
TYPE (German); for "etude"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title. See
also estudio, etiud, etude, Etüde, studie.
LCCN 86-752847

Studio/Studi
TYPE (Italian); for "etude"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title. See
also estudio, etiud, etude, Etüde, studie.
LCCN 86-752847

Study/Studies
TYPE (English); for "etude"; use this form
when it is the composer's original title. See
also estudio, etiud, etude, Etüde, studie.
LCCN 84-164408

Stuk/Stukken
TYPE (Dutch); for "piece"; use whis form
when it is the composer's original title; see
also darab, morceau, p'esa, pezzo, pičce,
pieza, skladba, Stück, utwór. LCNAF
80-71601

Suite/Suites
TYPE (english, Fench, German, Italian,
Spanish); use for siuita. LCNAF 89-637546

Symphonic poems
Use for collective uniform titles.

Symphonie
(French, German); use symphony

Symphonie concertante/Symphonies concertantes
TYPE (French); use when it is the composer's
original title; see also simphonie concertante,
sinfonia concertante, sinfonie concertante.

Symphony/symphonies
TYPE (English); form of the multi-movement
work of the 18th-20th centuries; use for
Simphonie, Simphony, simfoniia, Symphonie,
and (when this type of composition) for the
Italian sinfonia and the German Sinfonie.
However, the Italian Baroque "sinfonia" (pl.
sinfonie) is a different type of composition and
should not be normalized to symphony.
LCNAF 81-18172

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