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We're looking forward to your next submission!
11:25, 18 May 2007 (EDT)
Thank you for your recent submissions! However, it is preferred that you submit "parts" to the same page as existing work pages, so that everything for a piece is in one easy-to-find place. I'm moving your Cello parts to their respective work pages currently. Thanks again! --Emeraldimp 11:25, 18 May 2007 (EDT)
I was wonderting if you had a piano reduction for the orchestral part. If you do upload it!
Cello Scores: Keep it up the more cello scores the better!! Thanks
Hello Hei8701, I'm Carolus, the copyright person here. We're delighted you added the Elgar. However, you need to get rid of the preface in the Eulenburg score, which is still protected. Also, the solo part you posted appears to be a recent edition. Is this your work, or (if not) do you have written permission form the copyright owner? If you have any questions about uploading the new version of the score, Feldmahler can help you. If you find the original Novello solo part, or the unedited Masters reprint of it, there would be no copyright issue at all. Thanks, -- Carolus 03:50, 28 May 2007 (EDT)
Hi again! I got your message about this. The full score itself (the music) is actually public domain since it is merely a reprint of the original Novello which was published in 1921. The preface by Diana McVeaugh is what needs to be eliminated from the scan. I'll provisionally leave the solo part up as it appears to be nothing more than a re-engraving of the original and therefore not subject to copyright protection. Carolus 18:27, 29 May 2007 (EDT)