I know of certain artist credits or song titles that have • characters embedded in them.
Example of artist credit:
(cover scan: https://ia801301.us.archive.org/13/items/mbid-bbe6fee1-4934-4d1c-a128-1b997210271f/mbid-bbe6fee1-4934-4d1c-a128-1b997210271f-11774658611.jpg)
Example of titles:
(back cover scan: https://ia802801.us.archive.org/11/items/mbid-7388c8e8-dafe-4637-bf60-1e79c71c5e7e/mbid-7388c8e8-dafe-4637-bf60-1e79c71c5e7e-20856234292.jpg)
To me both these cases look like adding • was a choice of the graphic designer. So it’s just a graphical decoration, not really a part of the title. I think trying to represent these characters in artist credits or titles is going too far. But I understand this is just my subjective opinion.
For the artist credit I would use “Lydia Lunch, Zahra Mani & Mia Zabelka” (per https://musicbrainz.org/doc/Style/Artist_Credits “No printed join phrase”), and for the titles I would rather use “Ектения I: Очищение” (per https://musicbrainz.org/doc/Style/Titles “Subtitles”).
I would change these, but the last thing I want is to start a pointless edit war. So I thought I’ll ask here first. What do you think?