Searching is a very powerful tool for locating information. Search results are ordered by the number of matching words, and words are highlighted when viewing the pages. For example, these searches will find a page containing the sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

  • Single or multiple words may be entered, separated by spaces or punctuation:
    • lazy
    • brown lazy dog
    • brown,lazy,dog
  • Words may be entered in any order, and are not case specific:
    • dog brown lazy
    • Dog BrOwN LAZY
  • An asterisk (*) may be used for a wildcard at the beginning or end of a word, to match any characters:
    • lazy qu*
    • lazy *ick
    • lazy quick*
  • An exact phrase (including punctuation) may be entered by enclosing it in quotes:
    • “lazy dog”
    • “lazy dog.”
  • Words shorter than 3 characters, and very common words like “and” or “the” are ignored:
    • lazy qx

Editing Tips


  • See Formatting Syntax for all available page syntax.
  • See the DokuWiki Manual for documentation regarding wiki features and structure.
  • The first heading on each page becomes its visible title in the menus, index, search results, etc.
  • If there are 3 or more headings, a floating Table of Contents automatically appears on the page.
  • Ask questions—see About The Organette Music Repository for contact information.

Editor Notes

To assist the editors and contributors in providing information, several of the section pages contain Editor notes, which look like this:


Simply click to fold/unfold the note.


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