Dear Timtin, We use the following format for publisher citations:
City: Publisher Name, "Ed.###" or "No.###" (if present and different than plate number), date (if printed on score) or "n.d." (if no date is present, followed by estimated date in parens using "ca." or in square brackets if known from a reliable source like the Hofmeister Monatsbericht). Plate [including prefix and suffix if present].
Since you're adding a number of titles now, please take note. It makes things available faster if the copyright review team doesn't have to make corrections.
Thus, a typical citation would look like this: Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, Ed.2567, n.d.(ca.1915). Plate 24583.
Thanks, Carolus 02:30, 5 February 2012 (UTC)
The tab-level division is "Arrangements and Transcriptions". In order for the category walker to pick up a piano arrangement of a Strauss operetta (like the 2 you uploaded today), you have include the tab-level division and the 5-equal-sign division of "For Piano solo (Arranger name)". If this arrangement is the only thing in the tab-division, there is no need to include the 4-equal-sign division above, like "Complete Opera", or "Overture". Carolus 06:15, 16 February 2012 (UTC)