There are (at least) three possibilities:
- Three different pages: (a) The current Orlando di Lasso page, without the table at the bottom; (b) My first page (list of publications), cited above (c) My second page (list of all works by publication date). Each would be linked to the others with explanations. (My third page would be retained, but not linked, because it's just needed to make my second page work.)
- Two pages: (a) The current Orlando di Lasso page, with the table at bottom updated; (b) My second page.
- Leave it as it is now.
I like the first possibility, because the pages are somewhat shorter.
This proposal would require those adding new works to specify what publication in which they first appeared, and list them on that publication's page. Not too difficult, given IMSLP's list. Adding a new publication is admittedly a little complex, requiring creating a new index number and adding the Category:Lasso publications|0000 to the publication page, where 0000 is the new index number. There may be a simpler way to do this, which would be welcomed.
What do you think?