The page for a classical composition is buggy and badly designed.
One of my favourite compositions is Dvorak’s Stabat Mater.
When on the composition page for this work -
the Top Performers (2 large pictures and a large pair of initials of whom) take up a huge proportion of the page and the first few shown are all from a single album (which is not in the top few recordings when sorted by popularity). If you click to go to the right and see other “Top Performers” many of them lead to blank pages because there are no recordings of the Stabat Mater by them either in my library on on Qobuz (I don’t have Tidal)
The Top Conductors is a list of 6 conductors, 2 of which lead to blank page as there are no recordings of the Stabat Mater by said conductor in the catalog. Of course, because the conductor list also includes choirmasters! The second most popular “conductor” of the Stabat Mater is a choirmaster. While one can argue about whether the conductor list for a choral work should or should not include choirmasters - at least when one clicks on the name of one of the Top Conductors of a work, it should to not lead to a blank page. Especially since I have the recording in my library.
Then there’s a list of “Popular Cantatas” by Dvorak. Three are shown as “Popular”. When you click on “More” there’s a list of 5 - he certainly wrote more than 5
At the bottom of the page, after you scroll past the huge images/initials (many images are pixellated as they probably weren’t meant to be enlarged so much) you finally get to the recordings section. I think I am not the only one here who thinks that this should be shown a higher priority.
Finally, do the fonts have to be so big for the name? That along with the large pictures take up a lot of space. Especially on an iPhone and iPad. Screenshots below from Mac, iphone and ipad.
I’ve just given an example of one composition above, but I can see this happening with many more. For example, for the page for Mozart’s Requiem - of the top 6 conductors shown - 4 lead to a blank page - 1 of the 4 is an organist and 3 are chorus masters.