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  For soprano and orchestra
 
  For soprano and orchestra
  
== Versions and arrangements ==
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==== Versions and arrangements ====
  
 
Versions, editions and arrangements are not considered different works. This kind of information should be part of the recording, not part of the composition. Therefore, it's registered not on Open Opus but on the player itself (Concertmaster, Concertino), in the following format:
 
Versions, editions and arrangements are not considered different works. This kind of information should be part of the recording, not part of the composition. Therefore, it's registered not on Open Opus but on the player itself (Concertmaster, Concertino), in the following format:
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  '''Version for instrument (abbreviated verb by Complete Name)'''
 
  '''Version for instrument (abbreviated verb by Complete Name)'''
  
=== Version verbs ===
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===== Version verbs =====
  
 
* Solo: “transcribed by”, abbreviated “tr.”
 
* Solo: “transcribed by”, abbreviated “tr.”

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