User:BrianSchweitzer/Concertmaster Position Relationship Type Proposal

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Status: This page describes an active advanced relationship proposal and is not official.



Proposal number: RFC-265
Champion: BrianFreud
Current status: RFC
Initial Discussion



NOTE: I've added the various potential attributes, but they're copied/pasted from other ARs that use the same attributes. Please ignore that the description/link text currently is not updated for this AR.  :) (Based on User:symphonick/sandbox/Concertmaster)

"guest" I've struck from the position AR, and left only on the non-position AR. See Proposal:Concertmaster_Relationship_Type_Proposal.

BrianSchweitzer 06:31, 26 December 2010 (UTC)


Description

This indicates that an artist is, or was, the concertmaster for an artist. The concertmaster or concertmistress is normally the leader of the first violin section of an orchestra.


The titles typically used to describe this position are:

Concertmaster
First Chair
Leader

Link Phrases

  • Artist is/was an associate conductor for Artist
  • Artist has/had associate conductor(s) Artist
  • Artist is/was the principal conductor for Artist
  • Artist has/had principal conductor(s) Artist
  • Artist is/was the principal conductor for Artist
  • Artist has/had principal conductor(s) Artist
  • Attributes

    • start date
    There is no guideline yet for how the begin date fields might be used.
    • end date
    There is no guideline yet for how the end date fields might be used.
    • assistant
    This title indicates a less experienced, or first-time conductor, who works under the direction of a more experienced conductor.
    • associate
    This title indicates a less experienced conductor who works under the direction of the principal conductor.
    • principal
    This indicates that the group had multiple conductors who were led by this conductor. This may be indicated by either the title of "principal conductor" or "first conductor".
    • numbered position
    This indicates that the group had multiple conductors who were led by this conductor. This may be indicated by either the title of "principal conductor" or "first conductor".
    • co
    This indicates that the person collaborated in their engineering duties, with another engineer or with the performing artist, either of whom should then also be given a co-audio engineer credit.
    • acting
    • emeritus (exists?)
    • alternating (really needed?)
    • sub- (really needed?)

    Guidelines

    • A concertmaster or concertmistress must be a person artist.
    • The target artist must be a group artist.
    • A group should only ever have one concertmaster or concertmistress at the same time.
    • A concertmaster or concertmistress is always also a member of the group.