“Classical music fans have long complained about iTunes, and the way it organizes music that just doesn’t work well with classical music,” Kirk McElhearn writes for Kirkville.

“It holds ‘songs,’ not tracks, and doesn’t have the concept of a ‘work,’ a multi-movement piece of music,” McElhearn writes. “While it does have a Grouping tag, which the iTunes Store uses for that purpose, iTunes itself doesn’t allow you to display music efficiently with that tag.”

McElhearn writes, “This seems to be changing. In the latest beta of iTunes 12.5, which is part of the beta of macOS Sierra, Apple has added some new tags: Work and Movement.”

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MacDailyNews Take: This is very welcome news for classical music lovers!