This is used to link works to their recordings.
entity0 cardinality: Few relationships (0)
entity1 cardinality: Many relationships (1)
Orderable direction: Forward (1)
The following attributes can be used with this relationship type:
Indicates that one entity is a cover of another entity
This indicates that the recording is of a live performance.
This indicates that the recording is not of the entire work, e.g. excerpts from, conclusion of, etc.
For works that have lyrics, this indicates that those lyrics are not relevant to this recording. Examples include instrumental arrangements, or "beats" from hip-hop songs which may be reused with different lyrics.
This indicates that the recording is of a medley, of which the work is one part.
When the dates the recording took place on are known, they should be indicated in the start/end date fields. For recordings from a live concert that starts before and finishes after midnight, you can use the starting date of the concert in both fields.
Use the "live" attribute when the performance had an audience at the time it occurred, i.e. was not prerecorded.
Do not use the "partial" attribute to link to the full work if there is a part-work that corresponds to what was recorded, just link to the part instead.
The "partial" attribute should rarely be used together with "medley", as it is already assumed that only part of the work will be used in a medley.
Use the "instrumental" attribute only for works that have lyrics.
Because the lyrics are important to karaoke versions of a song (the intention is that someone would sing them over the karaoke track), karaoke versions should not be marked with the “instrumental” attribute.