I imported Dukas: Orchestral Music and Piano Pieces into Roon (not from TIDAL), and, the good news is that the album was immediately IDed:
We have: album commentary; correct treatment of composer; only small spelling glitch on one of the artists; apparently complete credits; and art.
HOWEVER, and this is important for anyone tracking compositions, none of the works are IDed!! These are portfolio pieces in an otherwise well-IDed album. So, I think this is a bug.
Here is the ‘rest of the picture’:
As far as I know, the only fix is: to manually look up each work’s official title in Allmusic; copy it to either the WORK or TITLE tag depending on whether the work has one or multiple PARTS; rescan the album; and repeat as necessary. In this case, I happen to know that all WILL be IDed since I have other performances in my library.
But under typical situations, even this process is not assured of success. One may have to do the TIDAL trangulation trick (“the Triple T gambit”) to get Roon to recognize the composition. And even THEN it may only be successful if there is metadata to link to.
In short, about 15 minutes of manual intervention are required for a chance of success. It adds up.
Without these composition IDs this album will “disappear” amid thousands of other albums in my library. Without composition linkages, the primary value proposition of Roon cannot be realized.