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n.1.State or condition of a creator.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ethnomusicologists refer to "musics" of differing cultures, and those cultures are not necessarily defined geographically, nor do they necessarily recognize creatorship and responsibility as in Western art music.
So far, implementation for music audio recordings is going generally well, thanks to the experience that was acquired with monographs and to the guidance provided by the "Best Practices." The issue that proves the most difficult is that of "creatorship" for popular music and jazz.
Referring to the use of Korean and Roman letters for his signature, Kim states that he does not expect anything else from his signature than using it as a proof of his creatorship. He employs the Hangul script as a decorative element: "There are not many people in Japan who can read Korean," he explains, "thus I use the script like a pattern or decoration."