Talk:Kronet Til Konge
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Fair use rationale for Image:Dodheimsgard KronetTilKonge.jpg
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I question the move of this article
I question moving this article from Kronet Til Konge to Kronet til konge. WP:NCCAPS says "If the article is about a work in a foreign language (such as a book or other written work, movie, album, or song), using the capitalization found in most English language reliable sources is recommended." WP:ALBUMCAPS also says "In titles of songs or albums in a language other than English, following the capitalization found in most English-language sources is recommended." In this case, both the album cover (a reliable source per WP:PRIMARY) and the single source in the article (Allmusic) show the album titled as "Kronet Til Konge". The edit summary claims the move was to comply with the "Norwegian title rule", but no wikilink to that rule was actually provided. So I think this move should be undone, and the article moved back to Kronet Til Konge. MrMoustacheMM (talk) 22:24, 5 September 2013 (UTC)