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:My first instinct is to agree, however I'd probably need to know more about the work before making an informed opinion. The general rule of thumb for me is that works that are grouped together simply because they were written at the same time and have a similar structure and/or require similar forces should not be grouped together on the same page. Another helpful question may be "how likely is it the the individual movements/songs from the same opus will be performed together?" or "can they just as acceptably be performed separately?" I do note that each duet is only one page long so it seems more likely that they would not be performed separately. Anyway, as you can tell, without more information, I'm rather ambivalent. --[[User:Bobnotts|Bobnotts]] <small>[[User talk:Bobnotts|'''talk''']]</small> 16:28, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
 
:My first instinct is to agree, however I'd probably need to know more about the work before making an informed opinion. The general rule of thumb for me is that works that are grouped together simply because they were written at the same time and have a similar structure and/or require similar forces should not be grouped together on the same page. Another helpful question may be "how likely is it the the individual movements/songs from the same opus will be performed together?" or "can they just as acceptably be performed separately?" I do note that each duet is only one page long so it seems more likely that they would not be performed separately. Anyway, as you can tell, without more information, I'm rather ambivalent. --[[User:Bobnotts|Bobnotts]] <small>[[User talk:Bobnotts|'''talk''']]</small> 16:28, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
  
::Rob, some of reasons I saw for the split were the fact that the works have different lyricists, and also because other similar song cycles by this composer have separate pages for each song (as for instance "[[Vier Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen, Op. 17 (Franz Schubert)|Vier Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen, Op. 17]]", "[[Winterreise (Franz Schubert)|Winterreise]]", and "Fräulein vom See (Lady of the Lake) Op. 52"). —[[User:Carlos|Carlos]]&nbsp;[{{fullurl:User talk:Carlos}} {{mail}}] 18:57, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
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::Rob, some of the reasons I saw for the split were the fact that the works have different lyricists, and also because other similar song cycles by this composer have separate pages for each song (as for instance "[[Vier Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen, Op. 17 (Franz Schubert)|Vier Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen, Op. 17]]", "[[Winterreise (Franz Schubert)|Winterreise]]", and "Fräulein vom See (Lady of the Lake) Op. 52"). —[[User:Carlos|Carlos]]&nbsp;[{{fullurl:User talk:Carlos}} {{mail}}] 18:57, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

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Split?

I propose that this page be split, and specific works pages created for each of the five duets. What do others think? —Carlos Email.gif 05:23, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

My first instinct is to agree, however I'd probably need to know more about the work before making an informed opinion. The general rule of thumb for me is that works that are grouped together simply because they were written at the same time and have a similar structure and/or require similar forces should not be grouped together on the same page. Another helpful question may be "how likely is it the the individual movements/songs from the same opus will be performed together?" or "can they just as acceptably be performed separately?" I do note that each duet is only one page long so it seems more likely that they would not be performed separately. Anyway, as you can tell, without more information, I'm rather ambivalent. --Bobnotts talk 16:28, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
Rob, some of the reasons I saw for the split were the fact that the works have different lyricists, and also because other similar song cycles by this composer have separate pages for each song (as for instance "Vier Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen, Op. 17", "Winterreise", and "Fräulein vom See (Lady of the Lake) Op. 52"). —Carlos Email.gif 18:57, 1 May 2010 (UTC)