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F56 Record ing. F5 0 Performance Plan. “Hamlet” mise -en-scene. “Hamlet” recording Play. F21 Complex Work . “Hamlet” Idea . F 51 Performance Work. “Hamlet” idea of mise -en -scene. F 53 Recording Work. F46 : Individual Work. “ Hamlet ” recordings expression.

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F56 Recording

F50Performance Plan

“Hamlet” mise -en-scene

“Hamlet” recording Play

F21 Complex Work

“Hamlet” Idea

F51Performance Work

“Hamlet” idea of mise -en -scene

F53Recording Work

F46:Individual Work

“Hamlet” recordings expression

“Hamlet adaptation” Completed

F20:Self-Contained Expression

“Hamlet Adaptation” Text

Performing Arts : Added Value Chain

E7:Activity

Name: Performance with recording

Type: RecordedPerformance

has member activity

name : Performance 1

type : performance

has member activity

name : Recording1

type : recording

had participant :actors

had participant : technicians

occurred in the presence of: public

F30:Work conception

Name: stage work of Hamlet adaptation

type: work conception

carried out by :stage director

initiated: “Hamlet idea of mise -en –scene”

F30: Work conception

Name: adaptation of Hamlet

type: work conception

carried out by :writerCC

initiated: “Hamlet Adaptation” work

F54Container Work

F48Container Work

R12 has member

(is member of)

R21initiated

(was initiated by)

R21initiated

(was initiated by)

R68 realized

F52:Performance

Name: Performance 1

Type: Performance

Carried out by : actors

occurred in the presence of: public

F31: Expression Creation

Name: creation of Hamlet’s mise -en-scene

type: expression creation

carried out by :stage director

created: “Hamlet Adaptation mise-en-scene

F31: Expression Creation

Name: adaptation of Hamlet

type: expression creation

carried out by :writerCC

created: “Hamlet Adaptation” text

R49created a realization of

(was realized through)

R49created a realization of

(was realized through)

R56 is realized in

(realises)

R39B was followed by

(followed)

R66 recorded

F55:Recording event

Name: Recording 1

Type: Recording

Carried out by : technicians

R64 performs

R69 is realized in

(realises) (subp.R56)

P17was motivated by

(motivated)

R22created

(was created by)

R22created

(was created by)

R67 created

R63 incorporates

R63 incorporates

mediated by : physical carrier

mediated by : theatre show

Director’s Contribution

Recorder’s Contribution

Writer’s Contribution

M. Doerr, C. Bekiari

CCI-ICS-FORTH

8th Meeting on FRBR/CRM Harmonization

Heraklion, Crete, Greece

October 2006

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Issues for discussion

  • Why should we register intensions and purposes rather than facts?
  • Why should we model the common features of multiple theater performances rather than stating that they belong to the same run as a fact ?
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