Since it´s not on the list I´ll add this one (JRiver).
On my quest to find a decent music player that works on both linux and windows. Witch allows me to use the same library located on my NAS on all my machines. I found this: https://jriver.com/
Also works on both wayland and x11. At least on debian based distributions (ubuntu, mint, debian). Also works on Fedora with X11, since that’s what I’m on right now.
The website is garbage. Took me a while to get to the “ok let’s actually give it a try”, mostly because of that tbh.
It does not have seperated server software technically. It´s all in the client. But some nice people of the community have made a docker image where you can install it on a headless linux server and interact with the ui of your server via vnc. There is not really a whole lot you have to do, just setup where you want it to get music from and setup an optinal password (witch is required if you want to sync back changes to the remote library).
You could also just put it on a Server that just happens to have a UI. Or put it on your desktop machine and make that accessable. Or not care and just use it as a normal music player.
The docker image I used for this is that one: https://hub.docker.com/r/jatzoo/jrivermc24/
Also looking pretty good with plenty of skin options. Loving it so far.
It´s not free however it´s free for 30 days then you need to activate it. around $79.98$ for the master license that works on windows, linux and macos. You can request a new key 10 times in a year. And with that key you can activate every client within “resonable” quantity (whatever that means), that you want to run. The keys you request are only valid for activation for 2 weeks (i think it was). But then those stay active until the end of time (kinda sorta).
So dunno. Your decision if it´s worth it to you. But for me it deffinitely was. Because trying to sync playlists between PCs has really gotten the better of me over time. Also not really being able to use linux desktops ever cause no musik on it and musicbee only being available on windows sucked. And using something completely different on Linux also sucks cause then you have to figure out how to fix your playlists all the time.
PLEX and EMBY I found to be not good enough for music and plexamp propably even more so. So there is that. Both plex and emby are fine for watchable content. If you have a sizeable music collection I´d look elsewhere.