How do you properly name a piece of music if it was transcribed by someone? Specifically I'm looking at a J. S. Bach Gigue, from Partita No. 3 in E major BWV 1006, originally written for a solo violin. It was transcribed for a solo piano by Sergei Rachmaninoff. I'm trying to name it and include both the composer and transcriber. It's actually for my music resume, which includes repertoire I've recently completed, so I'd like it to be correct and official. Here's an example of the format I've been using for the pieces:
Sonata I in E-flat Major. Op. 1 No. 1: Allegro Moderato.
I've been writing the name of the piece, the movement, and the composer's name underneath in italics. None of the other pieces were transcriptions though, so I'm unsure of what to do.
So far in my research, I've seen the piece in question named "Bach-Rachmaninoff: Violin Partita No.3 in E major, Gigue," "Bach - Partita No 3 in E major, Rachmaninoff transcription," and "J.S.Bach (Arr. Rachmaninov) - Partita BWV 1006," but none of these seem quite right to me. Is there one standard practice for naming transcriptions, or is it up to the discretion of whoever writes it?
Please include sources or reasons for your answer! Thank you!