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| Lotheric || [http://musicbrainz.org/user/Lotheric/ @MusicBrainz] || [http://www.last.fm/user/Lotheric/ @Last.fm] || [http://www.discogs.com/user/lotheric @Discogs]
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| Lotheric || [http://musicbrainz.org/user/Lotheric/ @MusicBrainz] || [https://beta.listenbrainz.org/user/Lotheric/ @ListenBrainz] || [http://www.discogs.com/user/lotheric @Discogs]
 
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==Stores==
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==[[/Stores|Stores]]==
* [http://www.amazon.ca/ Amazon.ca]
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* [https://www.amazon.ca/gp/browse.html?node=916514 Amazon.ca]
* [http://www.archambault.ca/ Archambault.ca]
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* [https://www.archambault.ca/Musique Archambault]
* [http://www.memrecords.com/ Distributions M.E.M.]
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* [https://www.atomheart.ca/ Atom Heart, musique alternative]
* [http://www.renaud-bray.com/ Renaud-Bray.com]
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* [https://www.auditionmusik.com/ Audition Musik]
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* [https://aux33tours.com/ Aux 33 Tours]
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* [https://beatnickmusic.com/ Beatnick Music]
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* [https://www.costco.ca/music-cds-box-sets.html Costco Wholesale]
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* [https://frequencesledisquaire.com/ Fréquences le Disquaire]
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* [https://lttournante.com/ La Table Tournante]
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* [https://lenoise.ca/ Le Noise]
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* [https://levacarme.com/ Le Vacarme]
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* [https://www.phono.ca/ Phono]
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* [https://online.phonopolis.ca/ Phonopolis]
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* [https://www.renaud-bray.com/div_disques.aspx Renaud-Bray]
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* [https://www.sunriserecords.com/category/music/music Sunrise Records]
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* [https://www.walmart.ca/en/films-musique-et-livres/musique/N-1187 Walmart]
  
 
==Labels==
 
==Labels==
* [http://www.distributionselect.ca/ Distribution Select] - ''Distributor''
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* [http://distributionselect.com/ Distribution Select] - ''Distributor''
* [http://propagandedistribution.com/catalogue/ Propagande] - ''Distributor''
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* [https://www.propagandedistribution.com/ Propagande] - ''Distributor''
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* [http://unidisc.com/ Unidisc] - ''Distributor, Publisher, Record Label''
  
 
==Tools==
 
==Tools==
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* [http://www.foobar2000.org/ foobar2000]
 
* [http://www.foobar2000.org/ foobar2000]
 
* [http://musicbrainz.org/doc/PicardTagger MusicBrainz Picard]
 
* [http://musicbrainz.org/doc/PicardTagger MusicBrainz Picard]
 
 
=Usage du français dans la musique classique (ébauche)=
 
Voici les règles à suivre pour les titres (ou portions de titres) en français. Il ne faut pas croire que ces règles s'appliquent à d'autres langues.<br/>
 
 
==Catalogues, opus & numéros==
 
Les catalogues doivent toujours être précédés d'une virgule et d'un espace.<br/>
 
Les opus doivent toujours être écrits en minuscules et abrégés comme suit : « op. » (Il doit y avoir un espace avant le numéro).<br/>
 
Les numéros doivent toujours être écrits en minuscules et abrégés comme suit : « nᵒ » (Il doit y avoir un espace avant le numéro).<br/>
 
 
====Exemples====
 
op. 4<br/>
 
op. 27 nᵒ 3<br/>
 
Symphonie nᵒ 5<br/>
 
Quatuor à cordes en ré majeur, op. 11<br/>
 
Symphonie nᵒ 7 en mi majeur, WAB 107 : I. Allegro moderato<br/>
 
 
==Notes==
 
Le mot « en » doit toujours précéder le nom de la note.<br/>
 
La note « ut » ne doit jamais être utilisée. On doit la remplacer par la note « do ».<br/>
 
 
===Sharp/flat===
 
If the key name contain the words "sharp" or "flat", they should be in lower case and a hyphen should be used as delimiter.
 
 
===Major/minor===
 
The words "majeur" & "mineur" are always lower-cased. Do not add "majeur" or "mineur" if these words are omitted in the source; tonality is sometimes expressed with capitalization: Upper case = majeur, lower case = mineur.
 
 
*Using "majeur" or "mineur" is the preferred style for generic Works titles in English
 
 
====Examples====
 
in C-sharp minor<br/>
 
Concerto in c<br/>
 
Symphony in E major<br/>
 
Suite no. 4 in E-flat, BWV 1010<br/>
 
 
==Capitalization==
 
English titles in general should follow MusicBrainz's [[Style/Language/French|standard capitalization for French]], but librettos and quotes should always follow sentence style.
 
 
===Quotation marks===
 
Always use [[Style/Miscellaneous|double quotes]] in English titles.
 
 
====Examples====
 
Songs of Travel: The Roadside Fire<br/>
 
Songs of Travel: Bright is the ring of words<br/>
 
Nocturne from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"<br/>
 
"Träume" - "Schmerzen" from the "Wesendonck" Lieder<br/>
 
 
=French in classical music (Proposal Draft)=
 
This is the guideline for titles or parts of titles in French. Do '''not''' assume that anything expressed here is valid for other languages.<br/>
 
 
==Catalogue, opus & number==
 
Catalogues should always be preceded by comma and space.<br/>
 
Opus should always be lower-cased and abbreviated: op. (There should be a space before the number).<br/>
 
Number should always be lower-cased and abbreviatedand: nᵒ (There should be a space before the number).<br/>
 
 
====Examples====
 
op. 4<br/>
 
op. 27 nᵒ 3<br/>
 
Symphonie nᵒ 5<br/>
 
String Quartet in D major, op. 11<br/>
 
Symphonie nᵒ 7 en mi majeur, WAB 107 : I. Allegro moderato<br/>
 
 
==Keys==
 
The word "in" should always precede the key name.<br/>
 
The key "ut" should never be used. Instead use "do".<br/>
 
 
===Sharp/flat===
 
If the key name contain the words "sharp" or "flat", they should be in lower case and a hyphen should be used as delimiter.
 
 
===Major/minor===
 
The words "majeur" & "mineur" are always lower-cased. Do not add "majeur" or "mineur" if these words are omitted in the source; tonality is sometimes expressed with capitalization: Upper case = majeur, lower case = mineur.
 
 
*Using "majeur" or "mineur" is the preferred style for generic Works titles in English
 
 
====Examples====
 
in C-sharp minor<br/>
 
Concerto in c<br/>
 
Symphony in E major<br/>
 
Suite no. 4 in E-flat, BWV 1010<br/>
 
 
==Capitalization==
 
English titles in general should follow MusicBrainz's [[Style/Language/French|standard capitalization for French]], but librettos and quotes should always follow sentence style.
 
 
===Quotation marks===
 
Always use [[Style/Miscellaneous|double quotes]] in English titles.
 
 
====Examples====
 
Songs of Travel: The Roadside Fire<br/>
 
Songs of Travel: Bright is the ring of words<br/>
 
Nocturne from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"<br/>
 
"Träume" - "Schmerzen" from the "Wesendonck" Lieder<br/>
 

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