Object Property: incorporates
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This property associates an instance of F22 Self-Contained Expression with an instance of F2 Expression that was included in it and that is a realisation of an independent work. The incorporated expression may be self-contained or fragmentary.
This property makes it possible to recognise the autonomous status of the incorporated expression, which was created in a distinct context, and can be incorporated in many distinct self-contained expressions, and to highlight the difference between structural and accidental whole-part relationships between conceptual entities.
It accounts for many cultural facts that are quite frequent and significant: the inclusion of a poem in an anthology, the re-use of an operatic aria in a new opera, the use of a reproduction of a painting for a book cover or a CD booklet, the integration of textual quotations, the presence of lyrics in a song that sets those lyrics to music, the presence of the text of a play in a movie based on that play, etc.
The text of the present version of the FRBROO definition (F22) R14 incorporates The beginning of the Scope Note for E4 Period in the CIDOC CRM definition, version 4.4 (F23)
The text of the anthology entitled ‘American Women Poets of the Nineteenth Century: An Anthology’, edited by Cheryl Walker and published by Rutgers University Press in July 1992 (F22) R14 incorporates The text of the poem entitled ‘Acquainted with Grief’ and authored by Helen Hunt Jackson
The sonic content of the CD entitled ‘Great moments of Lucia Popp’ issued by EMI Music International in 1996 and identified by UPC/EAN ‘0724356577022’ (F24) R14 incorporates The recorded performance of Mozart’s aria entitled ‘Der Hölle Rache’ (also known as ‘The Queen of the Night’s Aria’) by Lucia Popp accompanied by the Philharmonia orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer in London, Kingsway Hall, between March 24, 1964 and April 10, 1964 (F26)
The set of instructions for the production of ‘King Lear’, directed by Sergei Radlov in Moscow in 1935 (F25) R14 incorporates The Yiddish text of ‘King Lear’ as translated by Shmuel Galkin (F22)
The set of instructions for the production of ‘King Lear’, directed by Sergei Radlov in Moscow in 1935 (F25) R14 incorporates the musical content of the score of the incidental music composed by Lev Pulver (F22)
The set of instructions for the production of ‘King Lear’, directed by Sergei Radlov in Moscow in 1935 (F25) R14 incorporates The visual items (E36) shown in Alexander Tyschler’s scene settings and the models built by him for these settings (F22 and E36)
The set of instructions for the production of the ballet ‘Rite of spring’, as choreographed by Pina Bausch in Wuppertal in 1975 (F25) R14 incorporates the musical score of Igor Stravinsky’s musical work ‘Rite of spring’ (F22)
label "incorporates" (en)