I’m currently trying to upload the disc information for “The Library at Mount Char” and it has at least 3 elements which make it challenging/frustrating to fit into the current style guidelines found here: Style / Specific types of releases / Audiobook - MusicBrainz
Based on the book’s table of contents, the book is separated into “Parts” - Part 1 covers chapters 1-6 and interlude 1 and 2, and Part 2 covers the remainder of the book.
The second issue is that the chapters are broken up into… subsections? Parts? In the book, there’s a couple line breaks between a paragraph followed by a roman numeral. For example, “Chapter 1: Sunrise” has a section with the headings I, II, and III; and “Chapter 2: Buddhism for Assholes” has sections with headings I, II, III, and IV.
The problem is that “Chapter 1: Sunrise, I” is split over multiple tracks. So, should that be “Part I: Chapter 1: Sunrise, I, Part 1” followed by track 2 titled “Part I: Chapter 1: Sunrise, I, Part 2”?
Can anyone think of a sane way to break up this type of confounding titling scheme?
As an additional brainteaser - there is a page in the book which is simply the “Part I: The Library at Garrison Oaks” and the narrator reads that page. I was following the example of this recording and putting the multiple parts into the track title - Recording “Epigraph / Foreword / Author's Note / Introduction / Chapters 1–12 / Colophon” by Michael Eric Dyson narrated by Amy Landon / Robin DiAngelo narrated by Amy Landon - MusicBrainz - but I couldn’t figure out what to call that section of the title. “Part I: The Library at Garrison Oaks” would seem to imply that the entirety of “Part 1” is contained on this track, which is incorrect. Should it maybe be “Part 1 Title Page”?