Allowed Value Set
A Type of
A shortened version of the
DisplayTitle which may be used for devices that have limited display capability.
An alternative to a primary
Title, e.g. a
ReferenceTitle or a
For example: a song may become well known or 'also known as (a.k.a.)' by its first line or a line from its chorus: 'Don't Stop Me Now' performed by Queen may have an
AlternativeTitle 'Having A Good Time' or, 'I will always love you' performed by Whitney Houston may have an
AlternativeTitle of 'Theme from Bodyguard'.
Title expressed by the
RightsController as to how a
Title should be displayed for presentation to the consumer.
Title which consists of the first line of the text of which it is a
Title structured according to a naming convention. In many cases, a
FormalTitle will be communicated together with a
For example: this is often used for classical works. The 1st movement of Vivaldi's Spring concerto may have a
FormalTitle of 'Concerto No. 1 in E major, Op. 8, RV 269, 'Spring' (La primavera), 1. Allegro (in E major)'.
Title given to a grouping of
Creations. This is often used for classical works to indicate the parent work to the one being described. In many cases, a
GroupingTitle will be communicated together with a FormalTitle.
For example: when describing the 1st movement of Vivaldi's Spring concerto, a suitable
GroupingTitle would be its
FormalTitle without the last part. 'Concerto No. 1 in E major, Op. 8, RV 269, 'Spring' (La primavera)'.
Title by which a
Creation is often incorrectly known.
Title that contains common typographic errors.
Title given to a
Creation by its
Creator(s), in its original language. A
Creation may be given more than one
OriginalTitle of a Creation X may be the
DisplayTitle of a Creation that X is based on.
For example: the
OriginalTitle of the
MusicalWork “My Way”, whose lyrics were written by Paul Anka, is 'Comme d'habitude' written and composed by Claude François.
Title created to aid database searching.
For example: where special characters, puns, or slang have been replaced by standardized elements.
Title which has been arranged such that it can be used for alphabetic sorting.
Title of a
Creation as part of another
Title from which all initial articles and punctuation have been removed.
A translation into a different language of the value contained in an
OriginalTitle element. This is not the same as the
OriginalTitle of a translation of a
Creation, though the two will often be represented by the same text string.
For example: the
TranslatedTitle of “Le Nozze di Figaro” is “The Marriage Of Figaro”.
Type of an
Entity used when a sender of a DDEX message wishes to indicate that the value within the allowed value set is unknown.
Type of an
Entity which is defined by a sender of a DDEX message in a manner acceptable to its recipient.