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I suggest we keep the first part and second part of these madrigals separate - it makes them easier to navigate, and when they are presented in the partbooks, they are notated separately.[[User:C.boveroux|C.boveroux]] ([[User talk:C.boveroux|talk]]) 05:39, 23 December 2013 (UTC)
 
I suggest we keep the first part and second part of these madrigals separate - it makes them easier to navigate, and when they are presented in the partbooks, they are notated separately.[[User:C.boveroux|C.boveroux]] ([[User talk:C.boveroux|talk]]) 05:39, 23 December 2013 (UTC)
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:They are presented consecutively in the sources, yes, and performers can of course decide for themselves if the sections stand on their own. I don't understand exactly what makes them easier to navigate as two pages, though. They might be '''as''' easy, if [[Ma se tale ha costei (Carlo Gesualdo)|s
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2nda parte '''Ma se tale ha costei''']] were added to the title (a bit of extra work, it seems to me) but real difficulties begin when someone makes an edition containing both halves: does it have to be posted twice to each of 2 pages, or do we need a 3rd page, [[Caro amoroso neo/Ma se tale ha costei (Carlo Gesualdo)]]? [[User:Richard Mix|Richard Mix]] ([[User talk:Richard Mix|talk]]) 01:51, 25 December 2013 (UTC)

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I suggest we keep the first part and second part of these madrigals separate - it makes them easier to navigate, and when they are presented in the partbooks, they are notated separately.C.boveroux (talk) 05:39, 23 December 2013 (UTC)

They are presented consecutively in the sources, yes, and performers can of course decide for themselves if the sections stand on their own. I don't understand exactly what makes them easier to navigate as two pages, though. They might be as easy, if s 2nda parte Ma se tale ha costei were added to the title (a bit of extra work, it seems to me) but real difficulties begin when someone makes an edition containing both halves: does it have to be posted twice to each of 2 pages, or do we need a 3rd page, Caro amoroso neo/Ma se tale ha costei (Carlo Gesualdo)? Richard Mix (talk) 01:51, 25 December 2013 (UTC)