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== Description ==
  
|type = Conductor
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This indicates that an [[Artist|artist]] is, or was, a conductor for an [[Artist|artist]]. A conductor directs a musical performance by way of visible gestures. They are responsible for knowing the music in depth and conducting it appropriately. In addition to conducting responsibilities, this position may include composition, research, and musical education for the group.
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----
|typeURL = Conductor_Position
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The titles typically used to describe this position are:
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:; [[WikiPedia:Conducting|Conductor]]
 
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:; [[WikiPedia:Bandmaster|Bandmaster]]
|class = Musical Association
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:: A title used by the conductor of a military or marching band.
 
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:; [[WikiPedia:Director of Bands|Director of Bands]]
|exampleDescription1 = A basic conductor relationship, with no attributes
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:: A title frequently used by the conductor of a marching or concert band.
|linkedFrom1  = Artist
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::* [[Proposal:Teacher Position Relationship Type Proposal|Teacher Position Relationship Type]] may also be required, to fully represent this title.
|linkText1    = is/was a conductor for
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:; [[WikiPedia:Drum major|Drum Major]]
|linkedTo1    = Artist
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:: A title used by the leader of a drum and bugle corps, marching band, or pipe band. When used to reference the leader of a military band, the title describes an appointed position, not a rank.
|exampleFrom1 = [[Artist:86ed58c9-176d-4dab-9490-452c433ab76b|Joseph Rescigno]]
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:; [[WikiPedia:Maestro|Maestro]]
|exampleTo1  = [[Artist:da6a8cfb-35da-44a8-b6cf-5f7482eea339|Florentine Opera Company]] <ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Rescigno</ref>
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:: This indicates an [[Artist|artist]] who is held in extremely high regard. '''Caution:''' While this title ''can'' be used by a conductor, it may also be used by [[Composer Relationship Type|Composers]], [[Performer Relationship Type|performers]], [[Proposal:Music Director Position Relationship Type Proposal|music directors]], [[Proposal:Teacher Position Relationship Type Proposal|music instructors]], [[WikiPedia:Impresario|impresarios]], and even, occasionally, [[WikiPedia:Prompter|opera prompters]].  Please ensure that the position actually described is that of a conductor before using this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]].
 
 
|linkedFrom2 = Artist
 
|linkText2    = has/had conductor(s)
 
|linkedTo2    = Artist
 
|exampleTo2  = [[Artist:86ed58c9-176d-4dab-9490-452c433ab76b|Joseph Rescigno]]
 
|exampleFrom2 = [[Artist:da6a8cfb-35da-44a8-b6cf-5f7482eea339|Florentine Opera Company]]
 
 
 
|exampleDescription3 = Assistant conductor
 
 
 
|exampleDescription5 = Associate conductor
 
 
 
|exampleDescription7 = Conductor emeritus
 
 
 
|exampleDescription9 = Principal conductor
 
 
 
|exampleDescription11 = A conductor for only specific instrument(s) or instrument sections within the group
 
  
|exampleDescription16 = <br/>Correct use of the 'guest' attribute for a conductor holding the position of 'guest conductor'...
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== Link Phrases ==
|altLinkText16    = is/was a guest conductor for
 
|exampleFrom16 = [[Artist:86ed58c9-176d-4dab-9490-452c433ab76b|Joseph Rescigno]]
 
|exampleTo16  = [[Artist:1e12f254-1d67-4c62-83d6-be1fcb108dd8|Virginia Opera]] between 2010-02 and 2010-02 <ref>[http://www.dailypress.com/entertainment/arts/dp-opera-conductor,0,4867370.story Virginia Opera hires guest conductor for "The Valkyrie"]</ref>
 
  
|altLinkText17    = is/was a guest conductor for
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* [[Artist]] is/was a conductor for [[Artist]]
|exampleFrom17 = [[Artist:c0c3e369-58b3-44ff-94cf-f09af1117980|Tõnu Kaljuste]]
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* [[Artist]] has/had conductor(s) [[Artist]]
|exampleTo17  = [[Artist:7bf7b9f1-3c66-48db-beee-d4b971f1362d|Radiokören]]<ref>[http://sverigesradio.se/cgi-bin/berwaldhallen/program/artikel.asp?ProgramID=2555&Artikel=1186614 Tõnu Kaljuste, Former Guest Conductor (biography)]</ref>
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* [[Artist]] is/was an assistant conductor emeritus for [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist|Artist]] has/had assistant conductor(s) [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist]] is/was an associate conductor for [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist|Artist]] has/had associate conductor(s) [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist]] is/was a conductor emeritus for [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist|Artist]] has/had conductor emeritus/emeriti [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist]] is/was the principal conductor for [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist|Artist]] has/had principal conductor(s) [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist]] is/was a <nowiki>{{instrument}}</nowiki> conductor for [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist|Artist]] has/had <nowiki>{{instrument}}</nowiki> conductor(s) [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist]] is/was a guest conductor for [[Artist]]
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* [[Artist|Artist]] has/had guest conductor(s) [[Artist]]
  
|altLinkText18    = is/was a principal guest conductor for
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== Attributes ==
|exampleFrom18 = [[Artist:Tadaaki Otaka|46b26f79-20a4-45d5-82ff-4adf7f4284f6]]
 
|exampleTo18  = [[Artist:d50f4a34-bee8-42ed-9259-e6e99297279a|Melbourne Symphony Orchestra]] from 2010 to present <ref>[http://www.mso.com.au/cpa/htm/htm_article.asp?page_id=12 About MSO: TADAAKI OTAKA - PRINCIPAL GUEST CONDUCTOR]</ref>
 
  
|exampleDescription19 = ...or holding the position of 'visiting conductor'
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*; '''start date'''
|altLinkText19    = is/was a guest conductor for
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: This indicates the first date that the [[Artist|artist]] held the conductor position.
|exampleFrom19 = [[Artist:590ee98b-e6d7-45d4-9c09-3e030fcbe1fa|Giancarlo Andretta]]
 
|exampleTo19  = [[Artist:ccb107ac-cde9-453b-946e-f951d5d7d2ee|GöteborgsOperan]] between 2010 and 2013 <ref>[http://en.opera.se/press/2009/giancarlo-andretta-forste-gastdirigent/ Giancarlo Andretta will be first visiting conductor at GöteborgsOperan.]</ref>
 
  
|attributeDescriptionBegin = This indicates the first date that the [[Artist|artist]] held the conductor position.
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*; '''end date'''
|attributeDescriptionEnd = This indicates the last date that the [[Artist|artist]] held the conductor position.
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: This indicates the last date that the [[Artist|artist]] held the conductor position.
  
|attributeName1        = assistant
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*; assistant
|attributeDescription1 = This title indicates a less experienced, or first-time conductor, who works under the direction of a more experienced conductor.
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: This title indicates a less experienced, or first-time conductor, who works under the direction of a more experienced conductor.
<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
 
<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was an assistant conductor emeritus for [[Artist]]
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had assistant conductor(s) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage1        = Assistant Relationship Attribute
 
  
|attributeName2        = associate
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*; associate
|attributeDescription2 = This title indicates a less experienced conductor who works under the direction of the principal conductor.
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: This title indicates a less experienced conductor who works under the direction of the principal conductor.
<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
 
<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was an associate conductor for [[Artist]]
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had associate conductor(s) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage2        = Associate Relationship Attribute
 
  
|attributeName3        = emeritus
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*; emeritus
|attributeDescription3 = This title indicates that a conductor has at least partially retired, and no longer plays an active role with the group.
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: This title indicates that a conductor has at least partially retired, and no longer plays an active role with the group.
<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
 
<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was a conductor emeritus for [[Artist]]
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had conductor emeritus/emeriti [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage3        = Emeritus Position Relationship Attribute
 
  
|attributeName4        = principal
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*; principal
|attributeDescription4 = 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".
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: 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".
<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
 
<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was the principal conductor for [[Artist]]
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had principal conductor(s) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage4        = Principal Position Relationship Attribute
 
  
|attributeName5        = instrument
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*; instrument
|attributeDescription5 = This indicates that the conductor only conducted one or more instruments or sections of instruments within the group.
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: This indicates that the conductor only conducted one or more instruments or sections of instruments within the group.
<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
 
<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was a <nowiki>{{instrument}}</nowiki> conductor for [[Artist]]
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had <nowiki>{{instrument}}</nowiki> conductor(s) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage5        = Instrument Relationship Attribute
 
  
|attributeName6        = guest
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*; guest
|attributeDescription6 = This indicates that the conductor held a 'guest conductor' or 'visiting conductor' '''position'''. It does '''not''' indicate merely that a conductor was given a "guest conductor" credit on a particular release, release group, recording, or track.
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: This indicates that the conductor held a 'guest conductor' or 'visiting conductor' '''position'''. It does '''not''' indicate merely that a conductor was given a "guest conductor" credit on a particular release, release group, recording, or track.
<dd>'''Link Phrases:'''
 
<ul><li>[[Artist]] is/was a guest conductor for [[Artist]]
 
<li>[[Artist|Artist]] has/had guest conductor(s) [[Artist]]</ul>
 
|attributePage6        = Guest Relationship Attribute
 
  
|summary = This indicates that an [[Artist|artist]] is, or was, a conductor for an [[Artist|artist]].
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== Guidelines ==
  
|description = A conductor directs a musical performance by way of visible gestures.  They are responsible for knowing the music in depth and conducting it appropriately.  In addition to conducting responsibilities, this position may include composition, research, and musical education for the group.
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# The position (and any attribute used) should be documented; it must not be assumed.
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The titles typically used to describe this position are:
 
:; [[WikiPedia:Conducting|Conductor]]
 
:; [[WikiPedia:Bandmaster|Bandmaster]]
 
:: A title used by the conductor of a military or marching band.
 
:; [[WikiPedia:Director of Bands|Director of Bands]]
 
:: A title frequently used by the conductor of a marching or concert band.
 
::* [[Proposal:Teacher Position Relationship Type Proposal|Teacher Position Relationship Type]] may also be required, to fully represent this title.
 
:; [[WikiPedia:Drum major|Drum Major]]
 
:: A title used by the leader of a drum and bugle corps, marching band, or pipe band.  When used to reference the leader of a military band, the title describes an appointed position, not a rank.
 
:; [[WikiPedia:Maestro|Maestro]]
 
:: This indicates an [[Artist|artist]] who is held in extremely high regard.  '''Caution:''' While this title ''can'' be used by a conductor, it may also be used by [[Composer Relationship Type|Composers]], [[Performer Relationship Type|performers]], [[Proposal:Music Director Position Relationship Type Proposal|music directors]], [[Proposal:Teacher Position Relationship Type Proposal|music instructors]], [[WikiPedia:Impresario|impresarios]], and even, occasionally, [[WikiPedia:Prompter|opera prompters]].  Please ensure that the position actually described is that of a conductor before using this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]].
 
 
 
|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 conductor, but never more than one principal conductor.
 
# At any one time, an [[Artist|artist]] may have more than one conductor, but never more than one principal conductor.
 
# A conductor must be a person [[Artist|artist]].
 
# A conductor must be a person [[Artist|artist]].
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# This [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] describes a [[WikiPedia:Conducting|conductor]] ''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]] ''conducted'' on a recorded [[Track|track]] or [[Release|release]].
 
# This [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] describes a [[WikiPedia:Conducting|conductor]] ''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]] ''conducted'' on a recorded [[Track|track]] or [[Release|release]].
 
# '''Do not infer attributes.'''  The use of any relationship attribute to indicate a specific position should be documented, and not assumed.  An inexperienced conductor is not automatically an assistant or associate conductor, nor is a very experienced conductor automatically a conductor emeritus.  Likewise, 'guest conductor' is a specific position title; simply because a conductor is credited with "guest conducting" on a release, that conductor '''does not''' automatically become a 'guest conductor'.
 
# '''Do not infer attributes.'''  The use of any relationship attribute to indicate a specific position should be documented, and not assumed.  An inexperienced conductor is not automatically an assistant or associate conductor, nor is a very experienced conductor automatically a conductor emeritus.  Likewise, 'guest conductor' is a specific position title; simply because a conductor is credited with "guest conducting" on a release, that conductor '''does not''' automatically become a 'guest conductor'.
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==Notes and references==
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== Examples ==
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A basic conductor relationship, with no attributes
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* [[Artist:86ed58c9-176d-4dab-9490-452c433ab76b|Joseph Rescigno]] is/was a conductor for [[Artist:da6a8cfb-35da-44a8-b6cf-5f7482eea339|Florentine Opera Company]] <ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Rescigno</ref>
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* [[Artist:86ed58c9-176d-4dab-9490-452c433ab76b|Joseph Rescigno]] has conductor(s) [[Artist:da6a8cfb-35da-44a8-b6cf-5f7482eea339|Florentine Opera Company]]
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Correct use of the 'guest' attribute for a conductor holding the position of 'guest conductor'...
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* [[Artist:86ed58c9-176d-4dab-9490-452c433ab76b|Joseph Rescigno]] is/was a guest conductor for [[Artist:1e12f254-1d67-4c62-83d6-be1fcb108dd8|Virginia Opera]] between 2010-02 and 2010-02 <ref>[http://www.dailypress.com/entertainment/arts/dp-opera-conductor,0,4867370.story Virginia Opera hires guest conductor for "The Valkyrie"]</ref>
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* [[Artist:c0c3e369-58b3-44ff-94cf-f09af1117980|Tõnu Kaljuste]] is/was a guest conductor for [[Artist:7bf7b9f1-3c66-48db-beee-d4b971f1362d|Radiokören]]<ref>[http://sverigesradio.se/cgi-bin/berwaldhallen/program/artikel.asp?ProgramID=2555&Artikel=1186614 Tõnu Kaljuste, Former Guest Conductor (biography)]</ref>
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* [[Artist:Tadaaki Otaka|46b26f79-20a4-45d5-82ff-4adf7f4284f6]] is/was a principal guest conductor for [[Artist:d50f4a34-bee8-42ed-9259-e6e99297279a|Melbourne Symphony Orchestra]] from 2010 to present <ref>[http://www.mso.com.au/cpa/htm/htm_article.asp?page_id=12 About MSO: TADAAKI OTAKA - PRINCIPAL GUEST CONDUCTOR]</ref>
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...or holding the position of 'visiting conductor'
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* [[Artist:590ee98b-e6d7-45d4-9c09-3e030fcbe1fa|Giancarlo Andretta]] is/was a guest conductor for [[Artist:ccb107ac-cde9-453b-946e-f951d5d7d2ee|GöteborgsOperan]] between 2010 and 2013<ref>[http://en.opera.se/press/2009/giancarlo-andretta-forste-gastdirigent/ Giancarlo Andretta will be first visiting conductor at GöteborgsOperan.]</ref>
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[[Category:Proposed Relationship Type]]

Revision as of 21:59, 3 May 2014


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



Proposal number: RFC-266
Champion: BrianFreud
Current status: RFC
Initial Discussion



Description

This indicates that an artist is, or was, a conductor for an artist. A conductor directs a musical performance by way of visible gestures. They are responsible for knowing the music in depth and conducting it appropriately. In addition to conducting responsibilities, this position may include composition, research, and musical education for the group.


The titles typically used to describe this position are:

Conductor
Bandmaster
A title used by the conductor of a military or marching band.
Director of Bands
A title frequently used by the conductor of a marching or concert band.
Drum Major
A title used by the leader of a drum and bugle corps, marching band, or pipe band. When used to reference the leader of a military band, the title describes an appointed position, not a rank.
Maestro
This indicates an artist who is held in extremely high regard. Caution: While this title can be used by a conductor, it may also be used by Composers, performers, music directors, music instructors, impresarios, and even, occasionally, opera prompters. Please ensure that the position actually described is that of a conductor before using this relationship type.

Link Phrases

Attributes

  • start date
This indicates the first date that the artist held the conductor position.
  • end date
This indicates the last date that the artist held the conductor position.
  • 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.
  • emeritus
This title indicates that a conductor has at least partially retired, and no longer plays an active role with the group.
  • 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".
  • instrument
This indicates that the conductor only conducted one or more instruments or sections of instruments within the group.
  • guest
This indicates that the conductor held a 'guest conductor' or 'visiting conductor' position. It does not indicate merely that a conductor was given a "guest conductor" credit on a particular release, release group, recording, or track.

Guidelines

  1. The position (and any attribute used) should be documented; it must not be assumed.
  2. At any one time, an artist may have more than one conductor, but never more than one principal conductor.
  3. A conductor must be a person artist.
  4. The artist conducted by the conductor must be a group artist.
  5. Only one of the attributes 'assistant', 'associate', 'emeritus', or 'principal' should be used at the same time.
  6. If the conductor position specifically involves the training, leading, and/or conducting of a choir or chorus, then while the action is still 'conducting', the more correct title is 'choirmaster', not 'conductor'. Choirmaster Position Relationship Type should be used to describe this position, and not this relationship type.
  7. This relationship type describes a conductor position one artist holds with another artist. Conductor Relationship Type, not this relationship type, should be used to describe the fact that an artist conducted on a recorded track or release.
  8. Do not infer attributes. The use of any relationship attribute to indicate a specific position should be documented, and not assumed. An inexperienced conductor is not automatically an assistant or associate conductor, nor is a very experienced conductor automatically a conductor emeritus. Likewise, 'guest conductor' is a specific position title; simply because a conductor is credited with "guest conducting" on a release, that conductor does not automatically become a 'guest conductor'.

Examples

A basic conductor relationship, with no attributes

Correct use of the 'guest' attribute for a conductor holding the position of 'guest conductor'...

...or holding the position of 'visiting conductor'

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