I'm practicing a choral accompaniment on the piano, and it indicates swung 8ths. However, in some places the rhythm is notated as 3 eighth-note triplets, and in others, it uses 16th-16th-8th. Initially, I thought that these two rhythms would be realized identically, and I didn't know why it would be notated in two different ways, but then it got me thinking: is a beat containing 16th notes "exempt" from the swing indication?
Here are some examples to illustrate my question.
In this case, I've been playing realization 1, but I'm starting to think maybe I should be playing realization 2 with the straight rhythm.
In the opposite case, where the 16ths are on the second half of the beat, realization 1 makes more sense to me.
In short, when 16th notes occur in a piece with swung 8ths, does the swing get calculated first and then subdivided, or does the beat containing the 16ths break out of swing and get played straight? What about smaller subdivisions?
EDIT: I have noted that Dorico playback uses Realization 2 in both cases.