I’ll be a little more specific. I’ve made some tweaks as I continue to experiment.
In ENX1 Preferences>Sorting>Title Fields [I’ve only included foreign language in/definite articles]: il; la; le; lo; el; l
In Oxford-Author Title output style:
Citations>Sort Order: ‘Don’t Sort’
Bibliography>Sort Order>Other: Custom 7 (I’ve used this to do a sectional grouping ‘Music Scores’)+Author+Title+Year (Sort Language: English)
The records I’ve got have titles in English, Italian, Spanish, and French (here’s a selection):
Firstly in English: you’ll notice that ‘An Emotional…’ entry sorts by the indef. article. The ENX1 default should pick up ‘an’ and sort the record by ‘E’ (I’ve checked the record title to make sure there isn’t any non-breaking space between the ‘An’ and the ‘Emotional’) so I’ve got no idea why this is happening?
POMPILI, CLAUDIO, ‘AES/EBU or spdif convertor?’, [email list server], (DAW-MacListMessages, 1996, updated 25 January), 1996.
——, ‘An Emotional Geography of Australian Composition—Claudio Pompili’, Sounds Australian Journal, 34/Winter (1992), 26.
——, Analysis of Webern’s Quartet, Opus 22 (1930), [unpublished lecture] 1980 rev. 1988, Armidale.
——, ‘Art and Technology’, Artlink, 3/4 (September–October 1983), 1.
——, Bamboo Chimes & Egyptian Bells SFX [sound effects], [compact disc audio], (Adelaide: Selve Amiche Publications, July 2002), Pompili, Claudio (rec. eng.), 7:36.
——, CCMM In Action [paper on Australian contemporary classical multicultural music], [unpublished paper], Thursday 11 September 2003, Adelaide, ‘Nexus ‘Finding The Way Forward’ Symposium’.
In mix of languages mostly Italian and Spanish (the entries are all sorted by the first alpha characters in title ignoring the Sorting omit in/def. articles defined above):
——, Ah, amore che sè n’ando nell aria! for clarinet/bass clarinet, viola and ‘cello, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1991–94, rev. 2000), Dur. c.20’, 28.
——, Citlalin Tlamina (the star shoots a dart) quartetto per flauto, clarinetto, violino & violoncello, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1985, rev. 1986, 1991, 1996), Dur. c.11’, 38.
——, El grito deja en el viento una sombra de ciprés for alto saxophone and percussion, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1995), Dur. c.3’.
——, El viento lucha a obscuras con tu sueño for bass clarinet/alto saxophone and percussion, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1991–93, rev. 1994–96), Dur. c.20’, 28.
——, Fra l’urlo e il tacere for bass clarinet, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1994, rev. 2000–06), Dur. c.19’, 19.
——, Il Chiosco del Limpido Autunno for baroque flute, marimba and two percussionists; also transcribed for alto sax or oboe or piccolo and percussion, [score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1994), Dur. c.30’.
——, Il fiore senz’ombra for clarinet/bass clarinet, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1993), Dur. c.6’.
——, L’Isola for solo trumpet, [score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1986), Dur. c.5’.
——, La Madonna Emigrante. Incidental music for brass ensemble, concert band and itinerant folk ensemble, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1987, rev. 1989; 1987), Dur. c.60’.
——, Lo spazio stellato si riflette in suoni… for baroque flute and percussion, [full score] (Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1990, rev. 1996–), Dur. c.26’.
hope this is clearer