Student or Learner
He plays the guitar in/on Tenco's performance of the song
He is the guest star in/on this live album
He co-operates giving his contribution as an author in/on the song
He duets with Amii in/on the song
I cannot see the difference between in/on used in these context so I cannot make a choice between the two.
one more doubt:
In/on this album, J. performs......
In/on the cd he sings........
In both cases, "on".
...and before you ask. 'on this track'.
And if, for example, half the tracks on a CD were recorded at one session and the other half at another, 'N played at the first session.'
on a performance is not grammatical
How about he plays the guitar in Tenco's performance of the song.
In other words I need to convey the idea of him accompayining on the guitar Tenco in Tenco's performance of a song contained in a cd
He accompanies Tenco on guitar in [the song].
I see: he accompains him on guitar! Have a nice day Anglka