afterscript

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From after- +‎ script.

Noun[edit]

afterscript (plural afterscripts)

  1. (rare) A postscript.
    • 1979, Marjorie E. Hoachlander, Profile of a Museum Registrar - Page 35:
      Following a succession of screenings, the original videotape was edited according to an “afterscript” prepared by the Project Director and Registrar Associate in collaboration with advisement groups and the production company on contract to [...]
    • 2001, Andreas Stuhlmann, Radio-Kultur und Hör-Kunst:
      Like Cage's Roaratorio, the mixing is so complex and the overlays overlay so elaborately and densely that a written transcription of the piece (an afterscript as with Kagel) would be too linear, and is not possible.

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