So, can’t find those albums searching by composer - that is the problem.
Now, I just went and edited Gershwin to be Classical composer. The “Appearances in my Library” section is now replaced by “From my library” with all Albums that include Gershwin listed, including those above.
Thus, it seems Album search by Composer is only possible for Classical composers. Is it a bug? Shouldn’t one be able to find Albums for ANY composer if tracks for that composer are included in the Album?
Well you had two problems, Gershwin not showing in the composer view (solved) and the other behavior (unexplained). I see the same as you for him,
and I have 15 albums in the library where he is a composer. They do show up on Discography.
I checked some other composers and the Overview tab looks inconsistent. Among my classical composers, Beethoven, Mozart, Dvořák, and Rachmaninoff (for instance) do have “From my library” sections in my Overview tab, but John Cage does not although I also have albums in the library with him as a composer.
I don’t see a consistent difference with non-classical composers. Some non-classical composers with albums in my library have “From my library” sections in Overview and others don’t.
Sorry, I have no idea what causes this difference. I don’t use the Overview much because it’s, well, an overview of what Roon thinks is helpful. Usually I go straight to Discography. Maybe there are subtle differences in how the different people are credited on albums that have this effect on how Roon assembles the Overview
Again, my wish is to be able to find Albums and Tracks by Composer. Based on what you and I are seeing, it does seem inconsistent, so would be helpful for someone from Roon Development or Support to chime in and either acknowledge this as a bug and put on their plate to fix, or enlighten us as to what the expected behavior is.
I hear you, @Ludwig, however the albums above were marked Classical from the beginning, yet, would not show on the by-Composer search till I edited Gershwin to be Classical composer (which he was not in the beginning).