[tei-council] <notatedMusic> changes required
sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Sat Jul 9 15:05:03 EDT 2011
On 9 Jul 2011, at 19:53, Gabriel BODARD wrote:
> So based on what you suggest below, I would argue that what you need is
> a way to indicate whether what you are pointing to is (a) a
> representation of the music notation in your source document, which may
> be an image or MEI XML, say, or (b) a different kind of rendering of the
> musical information in that document, such as a recording or performance
> of said music.
no. I think the question is whether you're pointing at, or transcluding, not the
type of resource at the other end. the distinction between <graphic> and <ptr>
(else why do we have <graphic> at all)
> The difference between pointing to an image and pointing
> to an XML file or web page should be the difference between <graphic/>
> and <ptr/>, shouldn't it?
no, not in my view.
I think <externalObject> is a generalistion of <graphic>.
But I am as weary of this as Martin is :-}
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