As far as I understand, this can be PD at most in the US, in which case it should be moved to the US server. --Leonard Vertighel 18:23, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
- Antonio (Armendáriz) is fine. He has e-mailed me extensively about his project to digitize all his research scores on choral music on IMSLP :) And since the files he submitted are his own, it is in the public domain if he says so :)
- I'll move it to the US server, since Guridi's copyright requires such. --Feldmahler 18:38, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
- Wait... I think I completely misunderstood you. I'll look into this. --Feldmahler 18:41, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
- Sorry if my statement is somewhat confusing (shouldn't be hanging around here at this time, it's late at night over here). Let me see if trying very hard I manage to make more sense (though I guess you understood by now anyway, but just in case) ;)
- I can't find this work (nor the other one by the same composer) in the work list in the Spanish Wikipedia article, which is why I don't know if this work is PD in the US.
- There, does that make sense? I'm off to bed (or at least I try ;)) --Leonard Vertighel 18:49, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
- That does make sense hehe... good night :) --Feldmahler 18:58, 11 April 2007 (EDT)