Based on the list of works at Wikipedia, it looks like only Op. 1-6 could be in the public domain.--Emeraldimp 22:35, 27 October 2006 (EDT)
it is such a pity that this beautiful composer's works are not only not in the public domain, but practically unavailable in the U.S. --This unsigned comment was made by Perlnerd666 17:28, 23 October 2007 (EDT)
- May I once again make the suggestion that we should have appropriately “black bordered” pages for non-PD composers?
- The way I envisage this being done is:
- Use a modified version of the general composer template.
- The design would retain the name, date, picture, etc, but use a completely different colour scheme.
- It might even have this wonderful image at the head of the page, beside the copyright warning. (Look right! —>>)
- The options to “Add a piece to this composer page” would be unavailable.
- The Contents list would be missing. (i.e. Contents: Top - A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z)
- The page would be locked down to prevent editing except by a sysop and the "How to edit this template" link would be missing.
- The only permissible links would be to Wikipedia for a bio, a catalogue of works, etc., e.g. List of compositions by Havergal Brian, by catalog number
- Any better ideas? Regards, Philip Legge ♇ @ © talk 13:02, 10 December 2008 (AEDT)