Hi Ashley. Great to see all of your original works and arrangements on ChoralWiki! You may have noticed that I've just been making some changes to your composer page and some score pages that bear your name. These changes were mainly to bring those pages into line with the page title style guidelines we've been trying to implement here. According to this, when the title of the work is part of the text of the work (the first line, for example), words in page titles should only be capitalised if they are proper nouns or the first word in the title. For example, I have changed:
- "Jesus, Once of Humble Birth (J. Ashley Hall)" to "Jesus, once of humble birth (J. Ashley Hall)" and
- "Lead, Kindly Light (J. Ashley Hall)" to "Lead, kindly light (J. Ashley Hall)".
Composer pages for works you arrange
Hello Ashley. We greatly appreciate your posting your arrangements at ChoralWiki. I realize that (properly) you provide your own name on the page title for such works and list yourself as the arranger and supply the original composer's name. Only one thing is missing, however and that is that such works need an accompanying composer page for the composer – such composer pages are necessary for the CPDL online cataloging system. I've been creating such composer pages, but sadly they are usually pretty sparse on composer information that would be in a better position to supply. In the future, could you please create corresponding composer pages (with links to your arrqngements in the same way you provide links on your own composer page) for such arrangements? Also, it would be a big help if you could sift through the composer pages we've already created for your arrangements to provide additional information. If you have any quesions, please feel free to contact me either here or on my talk page. Thanks!! – Chucktalk Giffen♫ 13:31, 30 June 2010 (UTC)