Type: New Feature
Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: None
wiki explanation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musical_quotation
Covers relationships between works (or recordings) that directly "quote" musical parts of other works, while being distinct from "covers", "based on", "samples", "variation/arrangement of", etc. "Based on" generally implies the entire work is based on another, while "samples" uses the original recording. This may include lyrics as well, but should only be used if intent is obvious & specific- perhaps "refers to" would be better suited for lyrics that mention, but don't actually quote verbatim, other works (i.e. The Beatles' "Glass Onion" refers to "Strawberry Fields Forever", "I Am the Walrus", etc., Megadeth's "Victory" similarly refers to multiple earlier Megadeth song titles). Or maybe make that a sub-checkbox?
If recording-work ARs are included, there should probably be some criteria to determine when to use 'quote' versus 'partial cover of' (most likely length of quoted work, e.g. a single riff/line would use 'quote' where a verse/chorus or more would be 'partial cover' or 'medley').
- "I Want a New Drug" by Huey Lewis and the News quotes "Purple Haze" by Jimi Hendrix (in guitar solo near end of song)
- "Eine Kleine Nichtmusik" by P.D.Q. Bach is
- "Intergalactic" by Beastie Boys quotes (refers to?) "The New Style" by Beastie Boys (lyrics "the beat... mmm, drop")
- "Glass Onion" by The Beatles