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liner note

n usu pl (US) → Covertext m
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In fact, the liner note "ages 8 through adult" would be a better description of the population of amateur singers who could benefit from this software.
Jazz on My Mind: Liner Notes, Anecdotes and Conversations From the 1940s to the 2000s
The only complaint around this cycle is that the texts printed in the liner notes do not perfectly align with the texts that Eley actually sings.
Kenneth Cooper, harpsichordist, writes in the liner notes that Debussy had conceived of writing six sonatas for diverse instruments, but sadly didn't live long enough to complete his vision.
The liner notes with the CD give the Cree words for each song as well as a loose English translation of the Cree words for those songs.
The other was to be asked to write the liner notes on the new Raymond Froggatt album.
This must-have Celia Cruz anthology includes a bilingual booklet with superb liner notes and classic photographs of the ultimate female Latin artist of all times.
In the liner notes to her new CD, "West" (Lost Highway; $13.
Brown prefers albums to CDs because of their liner notes and back-cover lyrics.
In the liner notes for her latest CD, Campbell writes about the blues as the "understory" for her music, and five of the songs have the word "blue" in the title.
The liner notes include a preface, detailed CD contents, the cast and a short history of the 1954 Under Milk Wood recording, Bebb's personal recollection, and thumbnail sketches of the main readers.
The liner notes provide the first indication that Dayclear & First Dark, the second full-length release from Daniel Givens, is operating outside the mainstream; among those cited "In memory of .