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== Tips and guides ==
 
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{{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.
 
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[https://community.metabrainz.org/t/295817|The Classical Editor Toolbox] by [[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]]
  
 
[[User:Hawke/Guides/CSG_Intro|Introduction to CSG]] by [[User:Hawke|Hawke]].
 
[[User:Hawke/Guides/CSG_Intro|Introduction to CSG]] by [[User:Hawke|Hawke]].

Revision as of 21:07, 2 February 2020

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.

Guidelines

Release

Release and Release Group Title

Release and Release Group Artist

Track Titles

Track Artist

Recordings

Recording Artist

Works

Works

Language-specific

English

Estonian

Spanish

Tips and guides

Note 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.

Classical Editor Toolbox by Reosarevok

Introduction to CSG by Hawke.

Tips for CSG editing by Brainz34.


Style
Overview
Title Style
Entities
Relationships
Classical
Special Cases/Misc.
Languages