Hi there Gilbertdh! Librarians are always welcome on IMSLP :) And thanks again for the heads up on the Gould arrangement! --Feldmahler 21:25, 22 February 2007 (EST)
I see the source for the Obrecht must have been quite spartan for text (even in the wordier Gloria and Credo). Your own typeset?
You wouldn't happen to have an old PD score of Berlioz’s Cléopâtre lying around by any chance? I suppose the only one that could be hosted here would be the Malherbe/Weingartner. We’ve now got a full set of parts (except for a vocal score for the solo!) but no full score...
Dear Gilbertdh, Thanks for uploading the Hiawatha scan. Unfortunately, the Google logos - which are technically an IP violation (logos and trademarks are IP with an unlimited term) - are present along with the Google disclaimer page. Because this is an interesting score, I have therefore blocked the file and will remove the logos, etc. and replace. If you wish to upload additional Google scores, you have to remove the logos and any other possible IP data. By placing its logos on every page Google, despite its altruistic talk, is effectively claiming a form of IP ownership over the vast array of public domain items they've scanned. If you need advice on how to remove the logos, I recommend you post a question on the appropriate thread over at the forum. Thanks, Carolus 21:09, 26 October 2010 (UTC)
I just added From Hollywood to John Wakefield Cadman. Although 1923, the copyright was not renewed (according to copyright.loc.gov) and should be PD in the U.S. according to http://www.unc.edu/~unclng/public-d.htm