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The below definitions apply for our concert page setlists:
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<h2 style="font-size:2em; font-weight:bold;color:#DE8300;">Index</h2>
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The below definitions apply for concert page setlists:
*'''Songs''': Title of the song that is played
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*'''Additional Songs''': Songs of parts there of that are not played on its own, but as a part of the song in the first column, in the form of chants or interpolations, or simply over the melody of the song in the first column.
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*'''Remarks/Personnel''': Guest(s) (musicians not in the regular line up for this tour or show) performing, or lead vox / solo instrument performing on this song.
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*'''aborted''': A song (abruptly) stopped while it was being played, due to technical failure or [[Prince]] changing his mind.
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*'''chant''': A repeated rhythmic phrase, song lyrics or otherwise, typically shouted or sung in unison by or with the audience.
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==Index==
*'''coda''': The concluding passage of song.
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*'''Songs'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Title of the song that is played
*'''groove''': An (improvised) piece of music, often instrumental.
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*'''Additional Songs'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Songs of parts thereof that are not played on its own, but are dependent of the song in the first column, in the form of chants or (instrumental) interpolations, or simply over the groove of the initial song.
*'''horn''': Played by horns (saxophone, trumpet, trombone etc.)
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*'''Remarks/Personnel'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Guest(s) (musicians not in the regular line up for this tour or show) performing, or lead vox / solo instrument performing on this song.
*'''horn motif''': A horn motif from a different song inserted into a song rendition.
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*'''-'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Indicates songs strung together in a medley.
*'''incl. (including)''': Containing as part of the whole.
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*'''/'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Indicates songs that a played together both as a main song without one being part of the other.
*'''instrumental''': Played without lyrics in the original (studio) version of the song.
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*'''aborted'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A song (abruptly) stopped while it was being played, due to technical failure or [[Prince]] changing his mind.
*'''interlude''': A piece of music inserted between other songs or parts of a longer composition.
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*'''chant'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A repeated rhythmic phrase, song lyrics or otherwise, typically shouted or sung in unison by or with the audience.
*'{{Inter}}': A musical or lyrical part of a different song inserted into a song rendition.
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*'''(coda)'''&nbsp;&nbsp; The concluding passage of song.
*'''intro''': The beginning of a song or segment.
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*'''groove'''&nbsp;&nbsp; An (improvised) piece of music, often instrumental.
*'''jam''': [[Prince]] and the band repeat song instrumental main theme and eventually solo or ad-lib.
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*'''horns'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Played by brass instruments (saxophone, trumpet, trombone etc.)
*'''medley''': Partial renditions of various songs combined together.
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*'''motif''': Recurring (instrumental) theme.
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*'''incl. (including)'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Containing as part of the whole.
*'''partial''': A song of which only a limited part is played. Either a verse or a chorus, or a verse plus a chorus, but nothing of a second verse, regardless of the total length of the songs performance.
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*'''instrumental'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Played without lyrics in the original (studio) version of the song.
*'''personnel''': All people (besides [[Prince]]) in the band for a show or recording session.
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*'''interlude'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A piece of music inserted between other songs or parts of a longer composition.
*'''prelude''': An introductory piece of music.
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*'''interpolation'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A musical or lyrical part of a different song inserted into a song rendition.
*'''rap''': A spoken part into a song.
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*'''intro'''&nbsp;&nbsp; The beginning of a song or segment.
*'''reprise''': A repeated passage of a song.
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*'''jam'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A repeated groove, based on an existing song or made up on the spot with often solos or ad-libs.
*'''sample''': A sound clip created by sampling from the studio recording of a song, without additional lyrics sang live. It <u>can</u> contain live-added (random) chants.
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*'''lyrics'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Spoken or sung lines of a chorus or verse from a song only.
*'''sans''': A person in the band line-up (including [[Prince]]) absent from a song rendition.
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*'''medley'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Partial renditions of various songs combined together.
*'''segue''': A song rendition segueing into the next song, without any pause in between them and usually with the beat continuing uninterrupted.
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*'''motif'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Recurring (instrumental) theme.
*'''show coda''': Set musical ending to a specific show.
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*'''partial'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A song of which only a limited part is played. Either a verse or a chorus, or a verse plus a chorus, but nothing of a second verse, regardless of the total length of the songs performance.(see also: 'tease'.)
*'''show intro''': Set musical opening to a specific show.
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*'''personnel'''&nbsp;&nbsp; All people (besides [[Prince]]) in the band for a show or recording session.
*'''tease''' Part of a melody or lyrics performed or lyrics and words performed, but no more than a verse or a chorus maximum.
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*'''prelude'''&nbsp;&nbsp; An introductory piece of music.
*'''truncated'': A song played in a (rehearsed) shortened version, leaving out one or more verses or a bridge.
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*'''rap''': A rapped part into a song.
*'''w/ (with)''': A person participating in the song.
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*'''reprise'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A repeated passage of a song.
<h2 style="font-size:2em; font-weight:bold;color:#DE8300;">Legend</h2>
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*'''sample'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A sound clip created by sampling from the studio recording of a song, without additional lyrics sang live. It <u>can</u> occasionally contain live-added (random) chants.
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*'''sans'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Without. A person in the band line-up (including [[Prince]]) absent from a song rendition.
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*'''segue'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A song rendition segueing into the next song, without any pause in between them and usually with the beat continuing uninterrupted.
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*'''show coda'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Set musical ending to a specific show.
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*'''show intro'''&nbsp;&nbsp; Set musical opening to a specific show.
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*'''tease''' Part of a melody or lyrics performed or lyrics and words performed, but no more than a verse or a chorus maximum. (see also: 'partial'.)
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*'''truncated'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A song played in a (rehearsed) shortened version, leaving out one or more verses or a bridge.
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*'''w/ (with)'''&nbsp;&nbsp; A person, usually a guest, participating in the song.
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*<small><sup>['''H-int''']</sup></small>&nbsp;&nbsp;interpolation (horns)
 
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*{{segue}}&nbsp;&nbsp;segue  
 
*{{segue}}&nbsp;&nbsp;segue  
 
*{{samp}}&nbsp;&nbsp;over sampled loop: A song done as a "partial" or "full band" where the base is a sampled loop cued by [[Prince]].
 
*{{samp}}&nbsp;&nbsp;over sampled loop: A song done as a "partial" or "full band" where the base is a sampled loop cued by [[Prince]].
*[[file:SetG.png]]&nbsp;&nbsp;guitar set: [[Prince]] alone on acoustic guitar. (Almost always "partial" songs and more or less segueing into one another. Not indicated as such.)
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*[[file:SetG.png]]&nbsp;&nbsp;guitar set: [[Prince]] accompanying himself on (acoustic) guitar. Sometimes with (minor) band backing indicated a such. (Almost always "partial" songs and more or less segueing into one another. Not indicated as such).
*[[file:SetP.png]]&nbsp;&nbsp;piano set: [[Prince]] alone on piano. (Almost always "partial" songs and more or less segueing into one another. Not indicated as such.)
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*[[file:SetP.png]]&nbsp;&nbsp;piano set: [[Prince]] accompanying himself on piano. Sometimes with (minor) band backing indicated a such. (Almost always "partial" songs and more or less segueing into one another. Not indicated as such).
 
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Revision as of 17:06, 15 June 2017

Definition:Setlist

The below definitions apply for concert page setlists:

Index

  • Songs   Title of the song that is played
  • Additional Songs   Songs of parts thereof that are not played on its own, but are dependent of the song in the first column, in the form of chants or (instrumental) interpolations, or simply over the groove of the initial song.
  • Remarks/Personnel   Guest(s) (musicians not in the regular line up for this tour or show) performing, or lead vox / solo instrument performing on this song.
  • -   Indicates songs strung together in a medley.
  • /   Indicates songs that a played together both as a main song without one being part of the other.
  • aborted   A song (abruptly) stopped while it was being played, due to technical failure or Prince changing his mind.
  • chant   A repeated rhythmic phrase, song lyrics or otherwise, typically shouted or sung in unison by or with the audience.
  • (coda)   The concluding passage of song.
  • groove   An (improvised) piece of music, often instrumental.
  • horns   Played by brass instruments (saxophone, trumpet, trombone etc.)
  • incl. (including)   Containing as part of the whole.
  • instrumental   Played without lyrics in the original (studio) version of the song.
  • interlude   A piece of music inserted between other songs or parts of a longer composition.
  • interpolation   A musical or lyrical part of a different song inserted into a song rendition.
  • intro   The beginning of a song or segment.
  • jam   A repeated groove, based on an existing song or made up on the spot with often solos or ad-libs.
  • lyrics   Spoken or sung lines of a chorus or verse from a song only.
  • medley   Partial renditions of various songs combined together.
  • motif   Recurring (instrumental) theme.
  • partial   A song of which only a limited part is played. Either a verse or a chorus, or a verse plus a chorus, but nothing of a second verse, regardless of the total length of the songs performance.(see also: 'tease'.)
  • personnel   All people (besides Prince) in the band for a show or recording session.
  • prelude   An introductory piece of music.
  • rap: A rapped part into a song.
  • reprise   A repeated passage of a song.
  • sample   A sound clip created by sampling from the studio recording of a song, without additional lyrics sang live. It can occasionally contain live-added (random) chants.
  • sans   Without. A person in the band line-up (including Prince) absent from a song rendition.
  • segue   A song rendition segueing into the next song, without any pause in between them and usually with the beat continuing uninterrupted.
  • show coda   Set musical ending to a specific show.
  • show intro   Set musical opening to a specific show.
  • tease Part of a melody or lyrics performed or lyrics and words performed, but no more than a verse or a chorus maximum. (see also: 'partial'.)
  • truncated   A song played in a (rehearsed) shortened version, leaving out one or more verses or a bridge.
  • w/ (with)   A person, usually a guest, participating in the song.


Legend

  • [H-int]  interpolation (horns)
  • [Int]  interpolation
  • [P]  partial
  • [S]  sample
  • [T]  tease
  • Arrow.png  segue
  • based on a sampled loop of studio recording  over sampled loop: A song done as a "partial" or "full band" where the base is a sampled loop cued by Prince.
  • SetG.png  guitar set: Prince accompanying himself on (acoustic) guitar. Sometimes with (minor) band backing indicated a such. (Almost always "partial" songs and more or less segueing into one another. Not indicated as such).
  • SetP.png  piano set: Prince accompanying himself on piano. Sometimes with (minor) band backing indicated a such. (Almost always "partial" songs and more or less segueing into one another. Not indicated as such).