Thanks but that is not what I mean.
I am not interested to learn all the aliases or ‘credited as’ names that exist for an artist in the MB universe.
What I want to know is:
When you look at MB’s release page for the example I gave above, you will see: ‘conductor: Carlo Maria Giulini’.
That’s fine, that’s his name.
But it happened that when I ran the release through Picard (with tagging artists with their ‘credited as’ name) I accidentally noticed that this director was suddenly tagged as just ‘Giulini’.
Only after exploring the issue, I learned that the editor had entered ‘Giulini’ for him. (maybe he was in a big hurry? Or the letter ‘a’ from his keyboard was broken?)
What I would like to know:
How can I get an overview that shows the entered ‘credited as’ names for a release.
On the release page by default you will only see the ‘regular’ names, and you will have no idea if an editor entered something for ‘credited as’.
Rephrasing this in a maybe simpler way:
Imagine an artist’s regular official name being: Jake Little.
But he is credited on some album as ‘Big’ Jake, and an editor used that to enter him.
For as far as I understand, on MusicBrainz’ release page you will see: Jake Little.
How can you know that ‘Big’ Jake has been entered?
And that that alias will be used by Picard.
(with my current ‘credited as’ settings that is)