Difference between revisions of "History:CSGv2/Recording/Artist Proposal"

From MusicBrainz Wiki
(Classical "Covers")
Line 16: Line 16:
  
 
{{Proposal:CSGv2Navigation}}
 
{{Proposal:CSGv2Navigation}}
 
 
{{Status|Everything below this point is in need of cleanup for CSGv2}}
 
  
  
Line 30: Line 27:
 
* A work was composed by one composer, then arranged, orchestrated, and/or instrumentated by a different artist.
 
* A work was composed by one composer, then arranged, orchestrated, and/or instrumentated by a different artist.
 
*: Use the composer, not the arranger, orchestrator, or instrumentator.
 
*: Use the composer, not the arranger, orchestrator, or instrumentator.
* If it is unclear as to whether a work should be considered an arrangement or a variation, then the style list should be consulted for guidance.
 
  
* [[User:Symphonick/SandboxClassicalReleaseArtistStyle#covers|Classical "Covers"]]
+
If it is unclear as to whether a work should be considered an arrangement or a variation, or if the composer is unclear for other reasons, then the style list should be consulted for guidance.

Revision as of 03:37, 30 December 2010


Status: This page describes an active style guideline proposal and is not official.



Proposal number: RFC-82
Champion: BrianFreud
Current status: Awaiting NGS implementation for final revision and passage.

RFC

Trac ticket # 4426

The Classical Style Guidelines:

CSG for Tracks and Recordings:

Track/Recording Artist


Official Documentation > Style Guidelines > The Classical Style Guidelines
Artist
Title: Work and Opus | Movement | Ornamentation | Special Cases


The artist should be the composer(s) of the performed work.

The correct composer(s) to use may not be obvious:

  • A work was left unfinished by the original composer, then completed by another composer.
    Use both composers.
  • A work by one composer consists of variations on a work by a different composer.
    Use the composer of the variations.
  • A work was composed by one composer, then arranged, orchestrated, and/or instrumentated by a different artist.
    Use the composer, not the arranger, orchestrator, or instrumentator.

If it is unclear as to whether a work should be considered an arrangement or a variation, or if the composer is unclear for other reasons, then the style list should be consulted for guidance.