Difference between revisions of "User:BrianSchweitzer/Choirmaster Position Relationship Type Proposal"

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|linkText1    = is/was a choirmaster/choirmistress for
 
|linkText1    = is/was a choirmaster/choirmistress for
 
|linkedTo1    = Artist
 
|linkedTo1    = Artist
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|exampleDescription1 = A basic choirmaster relationship, with no attributes
  
 
|linkedFrom2  = Artist
 
|linkedFrom2  = Artist
 
|linkText2    = has/had choirmaster(s)/choirmistress(es)
 
|linkText2    = has/had choirmaster(s)/choirmistress(es)
 
|linkedTo2    = Artist
 
|linkedTo2    = Artist
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|exampleDescription3 = Assistant choirmaster
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|exampleDescription5 = Associate choirmaster
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|exampleDescription7 = Choirmaster emeritus
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|exampleDescription9 = Principal choirmaster
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|exampleDescription11 = A choirmaster for only specific vocal sections within the group
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|exampleDescription16 = Correct use of the 'guest' attribute for a choirmaster holding the position of 'guest choirmaster'...
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|attributeDescriptionBegin = This indicates the first date that the [[Artist|artist]] held the choirmaster position.
 
|attributeDescriptionBegin = This indicates the first date that the [[Artist|artist]] held the choirmaster position.
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<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had <nowiki>{{vocal}}</nowiki> choirmaster(s)/choirmistress(es) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had <nowiki>{{vocal}}</nowiki> choirmaster(s)/choirmistress(es) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage5        = Vocal Relationship Attribute
 
|attributePage5        = Vocal Relationship Attribute
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|attributeName6        = guest
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|attributeDescription6 = This indicates that the choirmaster held a 'guest choirmaster' or 'visiting choirmaster' '''position'''.  It does '''not''' indicate merely that a choirmaster was given a "guest conductor" or "guest choirmaster" credit on a particular release, release group, recording, or track.
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<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
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<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was a guest choirmaster/choirmistress for [[Artist]]
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<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had guest choirmaster(s)/choirmistress(es) [[Artist]]</ul>
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|attributePage6        = Guest Relationship Attribute
  
 
|summary = This indicates that an [[Artist|artist]] is, or was, a choirmaster for an [[Artist|artist]].
 
|summary = This indicates that an [[Artist|artist]] is, or was, a choirmaster for an [[Artist|artist]].
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:: This title, in the classical era, typically indicated a choirmaster.  '''''Caution:''''' In the modern era, this title typically indicates a [[Proposal:Music Director Position Relationship Type Proposal|music director]], not a choirmaster.
 
:: This title, in the classical era, typically indicated a choirmaster.  '''''Caution:''''' In the modern era, this title typically indicates a [[Proposal:Music Director Position Relationship Type Proposal|music director]], not a choirmaster.
  
|style = * The position (and any attribute used) should be documented; it must not be assumed.
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|style = # The position (and any attribute used) should be documented; it must not be assumed.
* At any one time, an [[Artist|artist]] may have more than one choirmaster, but never more than one principal choirmaster.
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# At any one time, an [[Artist|artist]] may have more than one choirmaster, but never more than one principal choirmaster.
* A choirmaster must be a person [[Artist|artist]].
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# A choirmaster must be a person [[Artist|artist]].
* The [[Artist|artist]] conducted by the choirmaster must be a group [[Artist|artist]].
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# The [[Artist|artist]] conducted by the choirmaster must be a group [[Artist|artist]].
* Only one of the attributes 'assistant', 'associate', 'emeritus', or 'principal' should be used at the same time.
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# Only one of the attributes 'assistant', 'associate', 'emeritus', or 'principal' should be used at the same time.
* This musical position specifically involves the training, leading, and/or conducting of a ''choir'' or ''chorus''.  If the position did not involve a choir, then [[Proposal:Conductor Position Relationship Type Proposal|Conductor Position Relationship Type]], not this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]], should be used.
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# This musical position specifically involves the training, leading, and/or conducting of a ''choir'' or ''chorus''.  If the position did not involve a choir, then [[Proposal:Conductor Position Relationship Type Proposal|Conductor Position Relationship Type]], not this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]], should be used.
:* In some cases, both an orchestra and a choir coexist, and are conducted by the same [[Artist|artist]].  In such cases, both this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] ''and'' [[Proposal:Conductor Position Relationship Type Proposal|Conductor Position Relationship Type]] should be used.
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#: In some cases, both an orchestra and a choir coexist, and are conducted by the same [[Artist|artist]].  In such cases, both this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] ''and'' [[Proposal:Conductor Position Relationship Type Proposal|Conductor Position Relationship Type]] should be used.
* This [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] describes a [[WikiPedia:Conducting|choirmaster]] ''position'' one [[Artist|artist]] holds with another [[Artist|artist]].  [[Conductor Relationship Type]], ''not'' this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]], should be used to describe the fact that an [[Artist|artist]] was the choirmaster on a [[Track|track]] or [[Release|release]].
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# This [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] describes a [[WikiPedia:Conducting|choirmaster]] ''position'' one [[Artist|artist]] holds with another [[Artist|artist]].  [[Conductor Relationship Type]], ''not'' this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]], should be used to describe the fact that an [[Artist|artist]] was the choirmaster on a [[Track|track]] or [[Release|release]].
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# '''Do not infer attributes.'''  An inexperienced choirmaster is not automatically an assistant or associate choirmaster, nor is a very experienced choirmaster automatically a choirmaster emeritus.  Likewise, 'guest choirmaster' is a specific position title; simply because a choirmaster is credited with "guest conducting" on a release, that choirmaster '''does not''' automatically become a 'guest choirmaster'.
 
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Revision as of 04:14, 17 December 2010


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



Proposal number: RFC-264
Champion: BrianFreud
Current status: RFC
Initial Discussion



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