Narrative works that employ sequential art, and often prose, to tell a story. For humorous images that use wit and satire to comment on contemporary events, social habits, politics, or other subjects, see Cartoons (Humor).
Here are entered works for solo voice with secular texts. Works with sacred texts are entered under the heading Sacred songs. For works consisting of art songs, this heading is qualified as appropriate by voice range and specification of accompaniment, e.g. Songs (High voice) with piano; Songs with orchestra; Songs, Unaccompanied. For works consisting of songs of ethnic or national character this heading is qualified by the name of the language or language group and subdivided by place, e.g. Songs, French; Songs, English--United States; Songs, Slavic.For works consisting of songs of an individual ethnic group, additional subject entries are made under the headings [ethnic group]--[place]--Music and Music--[place]. For works consisting of songs of a national group, additional subject entry is made under the heading Music--[place]. --subdivision Songs and music under names of persons, corporate bodies, places, classes of persons, ethnic groups, wars, and topical headings for collections or single works of vocal or instrumental music about the topic or entity named; and subdivision Music under ethnic groups for music of the group
Here are entered works for solo voice with sacred texts. Works with secular texts are entered under the heading Songs. This heading is also qualified as appropriate by voice range and specification of accompaniment, e.g. Sacred songs (High voice) with piano; Sacred songs with string orchestra; Sacred songs, Unaccompanied. --headings for specific types of sacred solo vocal works, e.g. Sacred monologues with music (Voice with instrumental ensemble); Solo cantatas, Sacred