Definitions for "Opus"
a musical composition.
(BWV, KV, Deutsch, HWV, etc.) Numerical cataloging systems for organizing a composer's output, usually in terms of chronological creation. These numbers are very helpful in determining exactly which work is called for. For example, Beethoven wrote sixteen (or seventeen, if you count the Grosse Fuge) string quartets. Haydn (opus numbers and Hoboken numbers) wrote over 100 symphonies, all of which are named "Symphony". Tip : Mozart is cataloged with Koechel numbers, J. S. Bach with BWV numbers, Schubert with Deutsch numbers; Vivaldi is cataloged with no fewer than six systems! The point is, supplying the appropriate identifier goes a long way toward getting you the right music. See also WoO .
A "work"; opus numbers were introduced by publishers in the seventeenth century to identify each of a composer's works.
the term I prefer for a piece of music, as represented in MIDI. Most specs use the term ``song'', but I think that this falsely implies that MIDI files represent vocal pieces.
a weblog run by Jason Morehead featuring reviews on indedendant music, indedendant and foreign cinema, and other sundry topics
Opus is a weekly (Sunday only) comic strip by Berkeley Breathed. The strip is Breathed's fourth, following The Academia Waltz, Bloom County and Outland.
Operations Pipeline Unified System
Offender Population Unified System
OPUS: Online Pathway to University Students. The name of Emory's on-line student information system.
Keywords:  purse, architecture, open, system
Open Architecture Purse System.
Keywords:  austrian, pop, rock, group, formed
Opus is an Austrian pop-rock group which was formed in 1973.