Definition of thematic catalogue in English:

thematic catalogue

Line breaks: the|mat¦ic cata|logue

noun

Music
A catalogue giving the opening themes of works as well as their names and other details.
More example sentences
  • Neukomm's compositions (listed in his own thematic catalogue) include operas, masses, chamber music, and a Symphony in E performed in London in 1831 by the Philharmonic Society.
  • If there is a completed Collected Edition for that composer, a thematic catalogue may not be necessary.
  • One has only to glance at the contents page to realise that this is not just a thematic catalogue.

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