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COUNTRY MUSIC HIT SONGS
COMPACT DISC INTERACTIVE SYSTEM
COMPACT DISC PLAYER
SOUND
DEVELOPMENT
ACCOMPANIMENT
VINYL
FORMATS
THREE SONGS
BALLET
PLAYERS
COMPACT DISCS
ALBUM
CASSETTE
WORKS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
COMMON PRAYER
FIRST
DISCS
SONGS
FIRST CD
DIGITAL DATA
MUSIC
BALLET CLASS
RECORDING
LASER
INFORMATION
CD-ROM
RECORDINGS
PHILIPS
COMPACT DISC
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Compact Disc"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The compact disc was developed in 1979 by Philips and Sony.
  2. A compact disc (CD) was widespread first.
  3. A Compact Disc (also known as a CD) is an optical disc used to store digital data, originally developed for storing digital audio.

Country Music Hit Songs

  1. This CD (Compact Disc) features CHARLIE LOUVIN singing these country music hit songs.

Compact Disc Interactive System

  1. In 1991, Philips introduced the CD-i, the Compact Disc Interactive system which had many video-game console-type features.

Compact Disc Player

  1. A Compact Disc player (often written as compact disc player), or CD player, is an electronic device which plays audio Compact Discs.

Sound

  1. It reads digital audio data cdparanoia: from a Compact Disc and saves it to sound files.

Development

  1. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony may also have influenced the development of the compact disc.

Accompaniment

  1. The Compact Disc contains a reading of the story in English, then Cree, to the accompaniment of the aboriginal drumming group, Northern Cree.

Vinyl

  1. As of 2007, many club DJs have begun playing sets almost entirely on CDJs, on compact disc instead of using vinyl.

Formats

  1. The contents of compact disc files must be in standard ASCII character and file formats.

Three Songs

  1. But I felt since I was teaching the three songs that Martin Carthy and this Compact Disc was an invaulable tool.

Ballet

  1. A single length compact disc with 10 unrepeated solo piano melodies for ballet, lyrical, and modern choreography.

Players

  1. Since the introduction of the compact disc player in 1982, the market has seen three generations of players.

Compact Discs

  1. The transmittal letter which accompanies the compact disc must include a statement that the two compact discs are identical.
  2. A CD or compact disc player is a modern electronic device that plays audio from compact discs.

Album

  1. Although the album was issued on compact disc Compact Disc A Compact Disc is an optical disc used to store digital data.

Cassette

  1. PiL's 1986 release was simply entitled Album, Compact Disc, or Cassette, depending on the format.

Works

  1. For Delos in that year they recorded the compact disc titled “Bravura” including works by Witold Lutosławski, Ottorino Respighi, and Richard Strauss.

Bibliography

  1. ISBN 0-19-816644. $145.] Music examples, facsimiles, illustrations, bibliography, index, compact disc.

Common Prayer

  1. A large print version of the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church is available on compact disc.

First

  1. Tres Hombres was the first to be released on Compact Disc.

Discs

  1. In 1999, Prestige labels remastered a couple of her discs from the 1960s into a single compact disc, Legends of Acid Jazz, Trudy Pitts & Pat Martino.

Songs

  1. This past February, "Jungbrunnen," The Songs of Robert Kahn was released on compact disc by Ganymede records.

First Cd

  1. As an early advocate of the compact disc, it was a Phil Ramone production (Billy Joel's 52nd Street) that was the first CD ever pressed.

Digital Data

  1. For example, a Compact Disc (CD) encodes music data into digital signals, while the wires between computers transmit digital data in digital signals.

Music

  1. The music on this double length compact disc is repeated at the barre and extra long for center combinations to allow for several groups of dancers.
  2. These young dancers perform each step to all the music on the compact disc.

Ballet Class

  1. Stevens perfect sense of timing and rhythm have helped him create a compact disc which is suited to any ballet class.

Recording

  1. He will soon release a compact disc recording of the solo and chamber music of Broege and others.
  2. He works closely with composer Timothy Broege and is currently working on a compact disc recording of the recorder music of Broege.
  3. The recording has recently been reissued as a compact disc.

Laser

  1. The laser that operates a compact disc (CD) player, for example, may contain a piece of gallium arsenide.

Information

  1. All such information submitted on compact disc must be in compliance with 37 CFR sect.
  2. See the document: Notes on the Troubleshooting and Repair of Compact Disc Players and CDROM Drives for more information on optical pickup characteristics.

Cd-Rom

  1. CD-ROM drive - a device that uses laser optics to read software and file information from a compact disc.
  2. CD-ROM (an abbreviation of " Compact Disc read-only memory ") is a Compact Disc that contains data accessible by a computer.

Recordings

  1. Her compact disc recordings of the music of Ravel, Debussy, Messiaen, Chopin (2), and Barber are distributed and have attracted attention worldwide.
  2. After Sun Ra's death, many of his recordings were released on compact disc for the first time by Evidence Records or Ihnfinity Music.

Philips

  1. By this time both Philips and Sony already had compact disc s on the market, and the VHD format never caught on.
  2. In 1983, Philips launched the compact disc in partnership with Sony.
  3. Philips has reissued these performances on compact disc with the original Mercury label and liner notes.

Compact Disc

  1. This double length compact disc contains 25 unrepeated extra long bands of solo piano melodies for a complete ballet class by Judy Rice & Paul Lewis.
  2. Lasers are used in many modern technological devices including bar code readers, compact disc (CD) players, and laser printers.
  3. The only disclosure material accepted on compact disc are computer program listings, gene sequence listings and tables of information.

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