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We're looking forward to your next submission!
Hi Fernando! I see you've uploaded some nice scores! But you'll have to go through the rest of the submission process as outlined in the Score submission guide (also read the IMSLP:Manual of Style for some common stylistic issues). Don't forget to attribute the scan to Sibley (also probably a good idea to put a URL link in the "misc notes" section of the file). :) --Feldmahler 14:54, 13 April 2007 (EDT)
Thank you for your submission. The upload was successful, but you did not provide enough source and publisher information. Can we kindly ask you to fill in as much information as possible? Correct identification of a score is absolutely needed to make sure a score is in public domain and does not violate copyright laws. Also, this identification reflects IMSLP's strive to quality and completeness.
Please pay attention to the following items:
- Arranger: The person who arranged or transcribed the piece from its original setting into another (an orchestration of a piano work for example). While not always known, arranger's name is often printed on top of the first page (e.g. arranged by... ; in french arrangée par...; in German bearbeitet von... or enrichtet von...). The name and the death date of any arranger or transcriber is most important from a copyright standpoint. Please provide this information if at all possible.
- Editor: The person who edited the score. As with arrangers, the editor's name is usually printed on top of the first page (e.g. edited by... ; in french revue par... or éditée par...; in German bearbeitet von...). This field can concern the original editor, and in case of a recently engraved or typeset score, the engraver (typesetter).
- Scanner:This field should include the name of the scanner, or the website where the file was obtained, with a link to the site. (Preferably using one of our available External library templates).
- Publisher Information: You can find publisher information usually on the bottom of the first pages of the score. The format for this field is as follows: "<City>: <Publisher Name>, Ed. or No.<edition or publication number, if different from plate number>, <Date - use "n.d." if no date is printed on score>. Plate <Plate number>."
More fields are described in the Score submission guide.
You will find a lot of information on the first pages of the score. If you have problems gaining information, more tips and help are provided at IMSLP:Contributing scores and Historical Publication Info. An example of a good submission is Frühlingsrauschen (Sinding, Christian)
Cheers, Peter 03:49, 14 April 2007 (EDT) ~~~~
Just a little thing
Hi Fernando! Thanks for the contributions! Just a little stylistic issue... can you use "Op." (capital O) and "No." (capital N) in the title instead of "op." and "no."? It is not a big issue, but will look better if it is correct :) Thanks! --Feldmahler 19:50, 15 April 2007 (EDT)
I have the parts to his string quartet in A minor here (from a booksale some years ago). Interesting-seeming piece - I haven't heard the recording (s?). Looking forward to seeing that violin sonata :) Eric 08:42, 11 September 2007 (EDT)
Page turn question
As a professional violinist, could you take a look (if you have time) at the second violin part in Sinfonia Veneziana (Salieri, Antonio)? Is the page turn from 2 to 3 reasonable? I'm having an even more difficult page turn problem with the violin parts in Michael Haydn's Symphony in D major, Perger 29. Alonso del Arte 22:41, 9 August 2010 (UTC)