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Revision as of 23:09, 20 March 2012

Status: This is an official style guideline.

Introduction

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: Attention.pngThis section is under development

Guidelines

Release

Release and Release Group Artist

Recordings

Works

See also

Classical Music main page (in development)