Google and many other search engines use Schema.org JSON market to learn what are the major keywords and other important information in your article. It does not matter if you are talking about a music event being hosted on your online casino site or brick and mortar casino site in Las Vegas. It is still an event, and unless you tell Google that you writing about a music event, you are taking a gamble that Google will or will not figure it out.
So what are the major schemas related to music and which one should I use in the article? Continue reading and learn more. But remember that you are not restricted to just one schema markup. Multiple markups can be used in the same article if that is what is appropriate to tell Google what Google needs to know in order to send potential customers to your article, and of course, your event or whatever other music-related item you are informing the potential customer about.
A music video file. A music video is a taped performance of a recorded song, usually accompanied by dancing and visual images interpreting the lyrics.
A video is a recording, reproducing, or broadcasting of moving visual images. Many videos have music that accompanies the videos, but those are usually referred to as soundtracks, and that is a different markup.
A musical composition means an original piece of music, the structure of a musical piece, or the process of making a new piece of music. A composition is a piece of music. When a composer writes a piece of music he or she is making a musical composition. This can refer to a piece of music that is vocal or just instrumental.
A collection of music tracks in a playlist form. A playlist is a list of video or audio files that can be played back on a media player either sequentially or in a shuffled order. In its most general form, an audio playlist is simply a list of songs, but sometimes the songs can be played in a loop. This term has specialized meaning in television broadcasting, radio broadcasting, and personal computers.
Since there is no schema for a video playlist, the MusicPlaylist can also be used for video files that are not music video files.
A collection of musical tracks. A playlist is something that anybody can put together. An album is created by the musical group or the publisher themselves.
The music release is a specific release of a music album that is available for sale and distribution. A performer who releases their music without an established record label is called a “self-release”.
A music recording (track) is usually a single song. The specification refers to this as a “Track”. A MusicRecording or a Track can be either by itself or it can be contained within a PlayList or an Album.
Sheet Music is printed music. It is not the performance or the recording of the music. Sheet music can either stand by itself as its own item. Or it can be one of the items in a music course (music class) — class supply list.
A Music event is an event where music is played. This can either be an online event or it can be an event in a brick and mortar location.
A music store sells musical instruments, music, books related to music, videos, and sometimes even sells music lessons.
If you look at the details of a music store, it is not just the physical location of the store. The data record can also specify events (are you showing off instruments and lessons for the beginning of the school year), departments (who to contact if you are interested in music lessons for your child vs. wanting an awesome playlist for your office party), “knowsAbout” field (what is your store’s area of expertise), and a bunch of other information that can help a potential customer to decide to contact your business rather than the business on the other side of town.
In music, a band is a group of people (usually musicians) that get together to sing songs, or perform music. There are different kinds of bands that use different groups of instruments.
I am not an expert in music, but I am going to make a logical guess that the data field “genre” is where you would put if your music is one of the following:
Rock Band – 4 to 6 people, usually playing guitars and drums with a lead singer
Brass Band – 20 to 30 people with brass instruments
Concert Band – 20 to 60 people with woodwind instruments
Marching Band – march in parades or during sports games like football or basketball
Folk Band – traditional styles of music from around the world
A music venue is any location of a music performance. In the music industry, it is common to refer to concert sites as venues, especially among touring acts.
The composer of a soundtrack. MusicBy is a data field that is contained in other objects, but music is not the main item. Examples of these are the following:
Video Game Series