Adding this album to my library now from TIDAL, it appears that the compositions are recognized. It’s possible that you added this before we had all the data (since it was a new release). Now that we do have this data you should see this update in your library before long.
@dylan. @Tom_Glorieux - just to follow up on this issue. I noticed that the reason why this album was not being picked up and listed in the Compositions Browser or in the Composer browser under Charles Ives was a simple one: The album metadata on Qobuz (and presumably, Tidal) has no reference to a composer at all.
I first tried adding an Album Credit for Charles Ives, composer - but that didn’t seem to get assigned to all the works.
Selecting all the four symphonies, and then using the Track Editor to add a credit for Charles Ives, Composer has worked. The four symphonies are now recognised as compositions by Charles Ives:
Recognised as a composition, but not as one in Roon’s database.
I played around with this last night. Adding composer is not enough. Even changing track names doesn’t work.
What does work is find an identified symphony by Ives, adding it to your library, merging, and then deleting the ‘catalyst’.
So, still work to do by Roon Labs, then. Still, at least I have it accessible in my collection, albeit without all the extra material that would come by having it linked with the composition in Roon’s database…