Topic: The same work in various opus (classical style)
In classical style (see http://musicbrainz.org/doc/Classical_Style_Guide) we should number works as:
(overall work name), (catalogue number): (part number). (part name).
How should we name a work which is included in severall different opus ?
For exemple, the song "Auprès de cette grotte sombre" composed by Claude Debussy, is included in
* "Trois chansons de France, L. 102" (http://musicbrainz.org/work/4505bfa1-c8 … c05fc6deb6)
* "Le promenoir des deux amants, L. 118" (http://musicbrainz.org/work/dcacf21a-f2 … a93935c2e9)
The work is rigorously the same, as it is specified on http://www.uquebec.ca/musique/catal/debussy/debccat.htm, and as you can see when checking the scores at IMSLP:
* http://imslp.org/wiki/3_Chansons_de_Fra … _Claude%29
* http://imslp.org/wiki/Le_promenoir_des_ … _Claude%29
As specified in this latest link, the work appeared first in L. 102, but it is the same, so the work-work relationship "is a earliest version of" can't apply...
How should I deal with this ?
- Disregarding classical guide style and naming the work "Auprès de cette grotte sombre" (and the include it to L. 102 and L. 118) ? But then should I do this with all other compositions by Debussy, even if the problem do not apply to them ?
- Let it as it is and ignore that these two works are the same ?
Thanks in advance,