- List of compositions by Anton Bruckner (a simple numbered list)
- List of compositions by Carl Maria von Weber (a basic sortable table with 4 columns)
- List of compositions by Franz Liszt (a fully sortable list with 8 columns)
- List of compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, by genre (a basic non-sortable list, in addition to the separate List of compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
So the question is, which of the above formats do you find the most useful? Is it helpful to include as much details as possible and fully sortable columns (like the Liszt example), or does this become too cluttered and unwieldy? Which sortable columns do you find the most useful?
Your views will be helpful in deciding the future development of the work lists, so please speak up!