Relationship Types / Artist-Work / Arranger

Description

This indicates the artist who arranged a tune into a form suitable for performance. 'Arrangement' is used as a catch-all term for all processes that turn a composition into a form that can be played by a specific type of ensemble.

entity0 cardinality: Many relationships (1)
entity1 cardinality: Few relationships (0)
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Attributes

The following attributes can be used with this relationship type:

additional

This attribute describes if a particular role was considered normal or additional.

co

co-[role]

start date

end date

Guidelines

The start and end dates should be used to indicate when the arranger first started and last finished working on the arrangement.

This relationship shouldn't generally be used for popular music. Use the recording level relationship instead.

Examples

Fritz Kreisler (violinist / composer) arranged Mélodie in G-flat major, op. 16 no. 2 (for violin and piano, Kreisler)