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If it comes to a !vote, I'm in favour of returning this article to its original title (from the current "Flute Concertino (Chaminade)" to "Concertino for flute and orchestra (Chaminade)"). The title on the 1902 manuscript is "CONCERTINO pour FLÛTE avec accompagement d'ORCHESTRE" and Google returns over twice as many results for a search of "Concertino for flute and orchestra" Chaminade as it does for "Flute Concertino" Chaminade. I don't feel that we should be changing this title to fit with the scheme of other articles; instead, we should be using the sources. GFHandel♬ 04:49, 11 October 2012 (UTC)
Except the fact that it's a generic title. Mozart hardly called his 40th symphony that, he probably had no idea how many he actually wrote (or what would be and wouldn't be one). He certainly didn't call it K 550. He would have called it "Sinfonia en g-moll" or whatever. And if you want to go by sources, Citron's list writes it out as "Concertino, Op. 107." and then like the rest of the list puts instrumentation afterward. ♫ Melodia Chaconne ♫ (talk) 06:18, 11 October 2012 (UTC)