Music player recommendation needed

Robert Spanjaard spamtrap at
Thu Jan 5 08:47:35 UTC 2012

On Thu, 05 Jan 2012 08:45:31 +0000, Robert Spanjaard wrote:

> On Thu, 05 Jan 2012 00:00:23 +0000, R Kimber wrote:
>> I'm looking for a music player that will read the (mostly flac) files
>> on my disk and will allow me to navigate through my collection by
>> directory name. All the players I've looked at seem to be geared to pop
>> music (mine is classical) and seem to present the database according to
>> meta information about artists, albums, etc., that the program detects.
>> My music is arranged in directories by composer name, and that's what
>> makes sense to me, but most players seem to make a nonesense of the
>> directory structure and quite often they put the tracks in a different
>> order from the one in which I want the files played (indicated by a
>> number in the filename - e.g. 01-movement-I.flac
>> 02-movement-II.flac
>> and so on.)
>> Is there a player that will display files in normal directory order and
>> will play all the files in a given directory in the normal sort order?
> Quod Libet will let YOU decide how to display the files.
> Directory and/or file name is available. In my screenshot (link below) I
> added it as the last column, but you can make it the only column if
> that's what you want. Number, types and order of columns are completely
> customizable.
> You can create columns based on any tag, including QL's 'internal' tags.

BTW, it's available in the repositories.
Searching for "quod" will do the trick. :-)

Regards, Robert                            

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