How to Credit "Interpolations"

The documentation has it listed https://musicbrainz.org/doc/Terminology but I cant find anywhere on a recording nor a work to link an interpolation?

Is this currently supported?

There’s a ticket to add this…

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For me, as there is no French translation, it confuses me a little between sampling, version of, is the basis for and this interpolation. :thinking:

Extra documentation efforts or good examples will surely help. :slight_smile:

Here’s how SOCAN defines it in french and english:

Interpolated Works
https://www.socan.com/glossary/oeuvres-interpolees/ (english)
https://www.socan.com/fr/glossary/oeuvres-interpolees/ (french)

Samples
https://www.socan.com/glossary/sample/ (english)
https://www.socan.com/fr/glossary/echantillonnage/ (french)

Thanks. :slight_smile:
Did you understand? :wink:
The ŒUVRES INTERPOLÉES definition makes it sound like something between sampling of non-musical work and the is based on we already have. :confused:

When I look at @Jorgosch’s* list of interpolated songs, does it mean then that it’s like our existing is based on but it’s for cases where it’s not aknowledged, not credited, maybe?
Like when there is a part of famous Bach riff in rock instrumental or guitar solo, etc.?

* What? @Deleted_Editor_1801019?