Aaron Cooper wrote: > On 3/11/07, Frederic Da Vitoria <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> As a conclusion, you are right that I don't know any other example >> than the 9th symphony. For file naming, users could put the track >> number in first position (which is what I do). An alternative solution >> could be to separate the additional number (for example putting it in >> brackets) to signify that this is not part of the official numbering: >> (08) Symphony No. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op. 125: IV. (a) Allegro assai - >> (09) Symphony No. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op. 125: IV. (b) Tempo I - >> (10) Symphony No. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op. 125: IV. (c) Allegro assai - >> You'll note that I inserted the unofficial numbering AFTER the dot. > I like this except for the hyphens. If there is an (a) in the track > title I think that implies that there is more than one part.
Great! I updated http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/ClassicalTrackTitlePartnumberStyle accordingly. I also reformulated the "movements use roman numerals" as a rule. Any other comments or concerns? Can we move to "test the style" phase? Robert _______________________________________________ Musicbrainz-style mailing list Musicbrainzemail@example.com http://lists.musicbrainz.org/mailman/listinfo/musicbrainz-style