I wrote a message to Icactus (administrator of IMSLP), that unfortunately I can't find. But I had his quick response:
[quote=Posted at 22:38 14 may 2012 by Icactus]Hi Klaviernatum!
Thanks for the message. I don't personally know how that functionality would be added but it sounds like a good idea and not to hard to implement. I would suggest posting what you wrote to me on the forums ([http://imslpforums.org http://imslpforums.org]) under the "Feature Requests/Bug Reports" section so everyone can see it and comment on it.
The idea is simple:
In the main name of the article of a Composer/Performer, add a roll-over function (if applies) which 'speaks out' the 'internationally correct' pronuntiation for that composer/performer. e.g. In the 'Pierre Boulez' article, the user places the mouse cursor on the name and IMSLP prononuces <Piej Bules> not <Piej Bulé>.
And the user smiles and repeat: "ahh, Piej Bulé! ... Even easier: <Volfgang> instead of <wolfgang> in Mozart's case.
That functionallity could work with 'google translator' (or something better. e.g. in the creation of the article the user can record with his voice the 'correct' pronuntiation).
Why this Idea should be implemented?
Well... think about the bunch of discussions around the world ( not Only Europe!) conserning musicians, musicologist, theorist, café makers, etc. about how to pronounce Boulez!
Perhaps this already was talked. If so, excuse this message.