The Classical Style Guide (CSG) is a set of guidelines that explains how (and when) "classical" music should be handled differently from "non-classical" in Musicbrainz. "Classical" is used here in the broadest sense, and is not meant to refer specifically to the Classical Period in Western music.
When does the CSG apply?
| Status: This section is under development
Release and Release Group Title
Release and Release Group Artist
Classical Music main page (in development)
Tips and guides
Note: These are not guidelines, but tips. If anything here isn't included in any official guideline, then it's unofficial and just a suggestion.
Introduction to CSG by Hawke.
Tips for CSG editing by Brainz34.
|| Style Principle · Error correction & Artist intent · Old and/or outdated style practices
|| Titles · Abbreviations · Extra title information · Subtitles · Multiple titles · Split releases · Series numbers (Parts, Volumes) · Featured artists · OC ReMix series · Promo Only series
|| Artist (Multiple names, Sort name, Aliases) · Release Group · Release · Recording · Label
|| Relationships · URLs (Lyrics Whitelist, Score Whitelist) · Don't make relationship clusters
|| Classical portal · Release title · Release artist · Track artist · Recording artist · Works
|| Unknown and untitled entities (Special Purpose Artist, Special Purpose Label, Special Purpose Track Title) · Specific types of releases (Soundtracks, Opera, Theatre, Live bootleg, Broadcast, Audiobooks) · Miscellaneous
|| English (Classical) · Catalan · Chinese · Czech · Danish · Dutch and Frisian · Estonian (Classical) · Finnish · French · German · Greek · Hebrew · Hungarian · Italian · Japanese · Latin · Latvian · Lithuanian · Norwegian · Polish · Portuguese · Romanian · Russian · Slovak · Spanish (Classical) · Swedish · Turkish · Vietnamese · Yiddish · Transliterations