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As a result, there can be no confusion as to what is in a "Title" column—it is implicitly known that the words in the "Title" column are the name of the work. There is no need to add emphasis to each work individually as the table does that. Therefore, I can see no benefit in the use of italics; however, due to the limitations of screen resolution, there is a disadvantage in the use of italics in that they are harder to read.
Is there a better forum to raise this formally?
Any thoughts? Regarding edit , the intention was to right-align the dates it wasn't an accident.
By right-aligning, the most important part of the date the year is easier to read and compare for all the entries in the table. As an example of how well that can work, have a look at Handel's Oratorios. Why as per your edit comment is there the necessity "to make cplumns all align the same way"? I've reorganized the list to conform to Category:Lists of operas by composer - that obviates this issue.
Ok, since it's come up, here's my thoughts. It looks like the main reason for the size is all the extra stuff most composer pages don't have I could see doing a much more base list with sub pages for the extra details, or simply leaving the whole gambit. As an aside, shouldn't there also be a list by HWV number? I don't believe the page of Handel's works should be broken into sub-pages.
I hope the following points will give the reasons, and facilitate discussion:. To preserve the above points as a group, could further edits please take place below this line? I wonder why the dates are now scrambled into the venues.
The revised versions are designated 8c. Peccavimus cum patribus nostris. HWV , Fugue in C minor 2. Cecilia's Day Te Deum laudamus.
Is there an advantage? Tony talk , 22 November UTC. I know the tempation will be to revert this recent edit , but I would prefer to make a stub page for the work and move the information there. I have the Groves listing of Handel's works, so I could probably build out a very basic page to start.
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The question now is what the page name should be? It obviously can't be 'Keyboard Suite Handel ' or even 'Keyboard Suite in D minor Handel ' as these will eventually lead to duplicates. Other suggestions?
The circular reference will have to go. I wonder if editor Ntnon could just confirm that the correct work has been edited there doesn't seem to be a lot to distinguish HWV and HWV ? This suggests it was copied for Ruspoli before it was composed, which seems confusing and would need explanation if it is true.