User talk:ArtemAndreasyan1997

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Sviridov, Georgy Vasilyevich

Hi ArtemAndreasyan1997. Unfortunately, all of your uploads for this composer will have to be deleted, because his works are under copyright in virtually the entire world. You may wish to read this page before submitting things here in the future. Thanks, KGill talk email 17:52, 7 May 2011 (UTC)

Creative Commons Licenses

Dear Composer or Copyright Owner,

Welcome to IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library! As a composer or other copyright proprietor, please take time to carefully review the Creative Commons and Performance Restricted licenses including the full licenses in PDF format. Generally speaking, the best version to employ for new works is either the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 or the Performance Restricted Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0. These allow for free downloading of the items you post, yet prohibits anyone who downloads the files from IMSLP from selling the files (on Ebay, for example), or from giving public performances on an explicitly commercial basis, making recordings of the work without written permission in advance from you, the composer and copyright owner. However, if you are affiliated with a performing rights society such as SOCAN (Canada), ASCAP, BMI or SESAC (USA), SACD, SACEM or SEAM (France), SABAM (Belgium), GEMA (Germany), PRS (UK), SGAE (Spain), SIAE (Italy), Artisjus (Hungary), ZAIKS (Poland), IPRS (India), JASRAC (Japan), or any of the myriad of similar agencies present in this Wikipedia listing, please note that at least some of these agencies refuse to honor the Creative Commons licenses. You should therefore seriously consider using one of the several IMSLP Performance Restricted Licenses for any works posted here if you are affiliated with a performance rights society.

For those uploading the first time, please remember choose the menu option "Add Your Own Composition" when uploading your original works (even if they are scans of manuscripts or printouts), "Add Your Own Arrangement" or "(Re)Typeset" when uploading new arrangements, and "Add Your Own Edition" or "(Re)Typeset" when uploading new editions of public domain works. As it is normally assumed that composers and arrangers have edited their own work, please leave the "Editor" field empty unless another person has actually edited your work (in which case their name should be inserted). Note also that the English term "Editor" is not the equivalent of the French editeur or Italian editore. "Editor" refers to the person who reviewed and corrected the piece, while the French and Italian words are closer to the English word "publisher". In the "Publisher" field, please use your own full legal name, as making your scores and sound files available for free download on this site constitutes "publication" under the laws of most countries in the world. (Note that this is done automatically when using the new upload tools). Please do not list your works as "public domain" as it is not legally possible for your works to be fully public domain under the 'moral rights' provisions of many copyright statutes around the world. Composers and other copyright owners should be aware that Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 is very similar to public domain as it allows for the unrestricted copying, performance (live and broadcast) and recording of the work (including explicitly commercial use) at no charge, with no compensation or royalties payable to the composer or copyright owner for such commercial exploitation. Note also that the all of the above licenses are considered to be IRREVOCABLE once a file has been uploaded under the lawful copyright owner's authorization.

PS: As long as you have not actually inserted a particular Creative Commons license in the PDF file itself, you are free to change the license after upload to something more suitable. However, any restrictions under an updated license are only applicable to copies of the files downloaded after the date of amendment. Copies downloaded before amendment date are likely subject to the original license terms, so please choose carefully. Composers are also encouraged to make use of our new template {{NoPerf}}, which automatically places works into a new category - Unperformed Works. To add this template to your pages, simply copy and paste the little template above (curly brackets and all) into the "First Performance" field of the "General Information" section on all work pages.

Best Wishes,


Carolus 19:42, 10 May 2011 (UTC)
{IMSLP Copyright Admin)

PS: For additional and more detailed explanation, please visit our Composer Portal page.


Definitions

Dear Artem,

A couple of points about the manner and terminology used for your scores.

1. Under the copyright statutes of several countries, a new original work cannot be public domain. Under the laws of others, marking a scan of you manuscript as "public domain" casts the entire work itself into the public domain. In practical trems, this means anyone can download you score, make copies and sell them on Ebay without paying you at all. We strongly advise composers like yourself not to use the term "public domain". Please read the message above I posted about Creative Commons licenses.

2. When you upload a work to IMSLP, the availability of the work constitutes "publication" under the legal definition of the term in most countries around the world. It is therefore best to use the convention style of publication citation we use in the "Publisher" field: City: Your Name, date. Terms like "Home edition by Artem Andreasyan" are not very helpful in this regard.

3. It is completely redundant to list yourself as "editor" as it is automatically assumed there is no editor apart from the composer for new works. The English term "editor" is not the equivalent of the French "editeur" or Italian "editore." This field should be used only if there is another person who supervised, proofread and corrected your work.

4. The field "Scanner" (which becomes "typesetter" when uploading a "Typeset" or "New Composition") refers to the person who scanned the score or the person who used the notation software (like Finale or Sibelius) to create the score. Most often, this is the composer. You should avoid using the brand name of the software (Finale or Sibelius) or brand name of the scanner.

5. For composition dates, date of first performance, and publication date, please see the guidelines used in the Style guide for the "General Information" section. As a living composer, the publication and composition dates are very important as they are read by our autotagger.

Thanks,

Carolus 22:53, 11 May 2011 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyrght Admin)

your latest edit

LinkWorkN links to a work page with less space taken up on the composition list generally speaking - any reason for preferring the bulkier format? Otherwise will revert back... Eric 09:32, 15 May 2011 (UTC)

Prelude, AWV 13 (Andreasyan, Artem)

Hi Artem. I notice that you modified the tags on this page, which caused an error as the tag you entered does not exist. Please do not modify the tags yourself - they are reserved for the members of IMSLP's categorization project, who have all had to read a very long manual. If you would like to bring an incorrect tag to the attention of the team, please let us know at IMSLP talk:Categorization/Project Members. Thanks, KGill talk email 21:09, 11 August 2011 (UTC)