I gave up long ago on the CDDB database or whatever iTunes uses these days for looking up the track details of a CD. The iTunes database schema and/or the people that provide the database information bear no relationship, much of the time, to anything sensible for classical music. It gets even worse when you have to factor in the data subset that the iPod ventures to offer us which is pop-oriented ...no more, no less. The only piece of technology that I think is worse when it comes to filing classical music is the Brennan machine.
Well done to all those who spotted the Symphonie Fantastique. I'm assuming that no-one actually read the Japanese (I think it was Japanese). Other possible candidates might have been: Beethoven Piano Sonata 9 in E (there's also a string quartet in F based on the same sonata}, Barber violin concerto, Bliss Ballad of Heroes - but the track times would not have matched.
Normally there's at least one option in the database which is readable, so I choose that, and then make changes as necessary. This one was slightly more challenging!
Giving reasons as to why to do rips (or not) could probably fill a thread by itself.
And here's another http://i.imgur.com/wTX5x.jpg
Last edited by Dave2002; 22-05-12 at 09:49.