Roberto Sturman’s ISIS FRBR Prototype Application (or IFPA) is a working example of a FRBRized catalogue. You can select the “index” link on the right to browse all the works, expressions, etc., or you can just do a search, for example on “the deptford trilogy” as a work. That shows one result, the trilogy by Robertson Davies, which has three whole-to-part relationships (to the books that make up the trilogy) and one responsibility/ownership relationship (to Davies as author). If you follow the whole-to-part relationship to Fifth Business, you’ll find it in turn has one reciprocal part-to-whole relationship to the trilogy.
The IFPA home page explains more about the project, and gives a link to Implementing the FRBR Conceptual Approach in the ISIS Software Environment: IFPA (ISIS FRBR Prototype Application), by Roberto Sturman, which appeared in Cataloging & Classification Quarterly Vol. 39 Nos. 3-4 (2004) in that FRBR special I mentioned in May.
Thanks to the Panlibus blog for pointing this out last November.