Talk:Nannerl's Music Book

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Might it be better to describe all of these Mozart works in this article rather than giving them each an article of their own? They're all quite short (as far as I know) and uninteresting (well, them being the first things WAM wrote gives them some interest, I guess, but musically they're nothing), and having an article on each would mean quite a lot of duplication.

I don't think there is anything per se wrong with small articles, and it makes it easier to refer to the pieces in other articles. — Stumps 13:05, 9 May 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Also, isn't it more usually known as "Nannerl's Notebook" than "Nannerl's Music Book"? Could be wrong about that, though, Mozart isn't my strong point. --Camembert

I've moved it to Nannerl Notenbuch which is the name used in many sources, such as the Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia and Grove's. — Stumps 13:05, 9 May 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]