[mb-style] CSG: Classical "superworks" and "performance of" links
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Mon Jul 18 09:29:07 UTC 2011
On Mon, 18 Jul 2011 10:15:03 +0200, Frederic Da Vitoria
<davitofrg at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2011/7/18, Nicolás Tamargo de Eguren <reosarevok at gmail.com>:
>> I am looking at
>> (Divertissement, Op. 38 by Fernando Sor). We have a recording of the
>> full work in one go, and a recording of each of its two movements.
>> Should the full recording be linked to both movements, or to the full
>> work as it is now?
> To the full Work IMO. I understand linking to both movements would
> mean the same, but linking to each movement would seem unnecessarily
> complicated to me, and I don't see any benefit in doing so. Imagine a
> full opera in one take...
In this case I think it doesn't matter.
Otherwise I agree with Calvin (
) that the most accurate way is to link to all performed movements.
A try to interpret the results of that discussion:
Recording linked to the relevant works (parts): accurate
Recording linked to the super-work: fuzzy - a performance of the whole
super-work, but unsure about exactly which parts are performed
Recording linked to the super-work with "partial performance" AR: not
identified - a performance of one or more parts (or part of a subpart)
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