User talk:Symphonick/unofficial csg track names

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Note that this is about track & recording names, not CSG Works


As I see it, enter keys as on liner: "Suite No. 1 in G, BWV 1007". Standardizing keys is for CSG Works. --symphonick 11:57, 12 May 2011 (UTC)

Single-work releases

If a release only contains a single work (and is titled after that work), is it necessary to repeat the work name on every single track as well? I kind of would like to avoid ridiculous tracklists like this.

  • Those titles don't look so bad? Anyway, I know other editors are interested in such an exception too, so maybe something could be done. I suppose we don't need to repeat the release title for identifying, it's exactly as printed on the release. If the track titles are generic, maybe I'd like something in Picard to merge the titles. Or maybe the guideline could say include the release title for generic tracknames (1. Allegro 2. Adagio). --symphonick 07:58, 5 July 2011 (UTC)