Talk:In the bleak midwinter (Gustav Holst)

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redundant to indicate Lyricist?

  • Posted by: Vaarky 07:56, 15 January 2010 (UTC)

In a situation where there is a link to this text, is it redundant to also add a {{Lyricist|Christina Rossetti}} tag to each score description page for Rosetti's text?

Reply by: User:CHGiffen 15:13, 15 January 2010


Hmm, good question. However, the Lyricist template does create a categorization in the Category:<lyricist name> settings, so there does seem to be some point to including the template. The page In the Bleak Midwinter (a) does not carry the Rossetti name in its title or in any categorization, and (b) lists settings that are not just CPDL editions and seems to serve a somewhat different purpose. What do others think?

Reply by: Vaarky 07:23, 7 March 2010 (UTC)


Anyone else? I will plan to add the Lyricist template if I don't hear otherwise.

Sorry Vaarky, only now I noticed your question. In fact the template Lyricist was meant to be used only in score pages, not in text pages. The reason behind this is because it categorizes the work pages where it is inserted, and these works are then listed inside the lyricist page. If the template is also added to a text page, that text page is listed inside the lyricist article, too - an unexpected behaviour. —Carlos Email.gif 04:21, 8 March 2010 (UTC)