That should do it, though you can also take one additional step. If you are used to navigating by folders on your computer, the latest Fuze firmware lets you do that, so upgrade and choose Folders under Music if you want to continue to do that.
But if you want to use the database that lets you sort by Album, Artist, etc., which is very convenient, then you need to have ID3 tags the unit can read. Unfortunately, there is no widespread convention for the way things are tagged–different labels do it differently, and so do different eras at each label. Since classical music is so multinational nowadays, you may be dealing with a lot of systems.
Get mp3tagand install it to make your tags consistent. Open it, and in Tools/Options/Tags/Mpeg set the default to ID3v2.3 ISO-8859-1.
That’s the format the Fuze likes best.
Then go to your albums. Right-click on a folder/album and you should see a new option in the menu: mp3tag. Click on that and mp3tag will open the album. Highlight all the files, and with luck it will have the same Artist and Album information for all of them. It should say <keep> for track names, since they will all be different. If it says <keep> for Album or Artist, that means some of the tracks are named differently, and the Fuze’s listing of Album or Artist will mindlessly follow the way they are named.
For instance, New York Philarmonic cond. Bernstein and New York Philharmonic cond. Maazel will show up as different Artists, even if they are on the same album. A spelling with an umlaut will list separately from a spelling without an umlaut. Etc.
With everything highlighted, you can type in the album and artist name you want and Save it to make sure the album/artist show up consistently.
Also, under Tools is an Auto-Numbering Wizard. With the files in order from top to bottom (as they should be) and all highlighted, check Leading Zeros and Save. The Fuze is a little mindless about tracks, too, so if you have tracks labeled 1, 2, 3, …11, 12, 13 it will play 1, 11, 12, 13, 2, 21, 22, 23 etc. without the leading zeroes.
It sounds complicated, but it works in seconds. Do an album at a time, and your collection will be ready for the Fuze.