[mb-style] RFC: Use of Colon in Classical Tracks

2007-02-09 Thread Robert Kiessling
There seems to be consensus about two occasions where a colon should be used in classical track titles, however there are no examples for this in CSG. Examples for this: Requiem in D minor, KV 626: III. Sequenz: No 4. Recordare Streichquartett Es-dur, KV 428: III. Menuetto:

[mb-style] RFB: Classical Part Numbering

2007-02-11 Thread Robert Kiessling
[RFB - Request for Brainstorming] In the few classical releases I added in the weeks since I've joined, various part numbering questions came up that are answered either in CSG, through proposed changes, through word of mouth (editing comments) or not answered at all. In this thread I want to

Re: [mb-style] RFC: Opera Track Style

2007-03-01 Thread Robert Kiessling
Aaron Cooper wrote: Can we all agree on this format for opera track titles: OperaName, Catalog ###: Act XX[, Scene XX]. (PerformanceType: Character1, Character2, ...) Name of the song I'd prefer the variation OperaName, Catalog ###: Act XX[, Scene XX]. PerformanceType Name of the song

Re: [mb-style] RFC: Classical Part Numbering

2007-03-11 Thread Robert Kiessling
Frederic Da Vitoria wrote: 2007/2/25, Robert Kiessling [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Following up from my earlier posting, I propose to give a structure to Part_number as used in ClassicalTrackTitleStyle. [...] The proposal is explained in http://wiki.musicbrainz.org

Re: [mb-style] RFC: Classical Part Numbering

2007-03-11 Thread Robert Kiessling
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