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Dear Isaac sanmiguel,
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Hi!

You will have to finish the other steps in the score submission guide (Spanish version here, but unfinished), if you want your uploads to appear on IMSLP :) Also, I will have to delete "Pachelbel - canon for 3 violins & double bass191.pdf" because the title contains "&" which breaks the naming... use "and" instead :)

By the way, have you asked for permission from WIMA (Werner Icking Music Archive)? They do not allow other sites to distribute them without the permission of the person who made the file (in this case Werner Icking himself... but unfortunately he's passed away, so it is unlikely you can get permission...).

Also, I've moved the text here so that it is not lost:

El Canon (cuyo nombre completo es Canon y Giga en Re mayor para tres violines y bajo continuo, en el original alemán: Kanon und Gigue in D-Dur für drei Violinen und Basso Continuo) es la obra más conocida en la actualidad del compositor música barroca alemán Johann Pachelbel.

Pachelbel escribió esta obra alrededor de 1680, siendo originalmente una obra de música de cámara para tres violines y bajo continuo; posteriormente se ha realizado arreglos para una gran variedad de instrumentos y conjuntos. Originalmente, una giga en la misma tonalidad (re mayor) sigue al canon, pero esta última danza se ejecuta o graba con mucha menos frecuencia. El Canon es muy conocido por la progresión armónica de los instrumentos de cuerda, que lo han convertido en una de las piezas mas reutilizadas en la música popular contemporánea.

El Canon suele incluirse en compilaciones musicales con otras piezas de la época barroca junto con el Adagio de Tommasso Albinoni y el Aria de Johann Sebastian Bach; también se utiliza frecuentemente en las celebraciones de bodas.
--Feldmahler 12:35, 30 April 2007 (EDT)

Saint-Saens Cello Concerto

Hi Isaac! Unfortunately, I will have to remove your submission of the Saint-Saens Cello Sonata because it is a recent re-typeset of the Cello Concerto by http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/, and is not in the public domain. Sorry! --Feldmahler 23:00, 1 May 2007 (EDT)

Bottesini

Are your submissions of Bottesini works in public domain? Do you have consent from the person or company who made the typeset pdfs? If not, we are really sorry that we are going to have to delete these works. --Peter talk 07:09, 2 May 2007 (EDT)

Copyright Warning
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Dear Isaac sanmiguel,
You recently submitted files that do not seem to be in public domain. IMSLP only accepts works that are not copyrighted. Please visit Public Domain for more information about the public domain. Tips for determining the publication date of your score can be found on IMSLP:Contributing scores.
If your submission was in public domain, please add relevant information about the publication to the file page. Copyrighted files will be deleted.

Thank you!

It's concerning the submission of Adagio und Rondo (Dragonetti). Btw, do you actually read this? You give no answers and keep posting copyrighted scores. --Peter talk 13:33, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

Another copyright violation

Copyright Warning
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Dear Isaac sanmiguel,
You recently submitted files that do not seem to be in public domain. IMSLP only accepts works that are not copyrighted. Please visit Public Domain for more information about the public domain. Tips for determining the publication date of your score can be found on IMSLP:Contributing scores.
If your submission was in public domain, please add relevant information about the publication to the file page. Copyrighted files will be deleted.

Thank you!
Concerning Pasione Amorosa (Bottesini, Giovanni): The editor Stuart Sankey died in 2000. Read Public Domain to learn what is still protected by copyright!!! - Peter talk 12:08, 8 May 2007 (EDT)
Again, The editor of the Dvorak romance (Gingold) died in 1995, and thus is not in the public domain. Please read the public domain page before submitting your next file. Thanks! --Feldmahler 18:53, 8 May 2007 (EDT)

Please check for Listings before creating new ones

Hello,

IMSLP already has listings for both Debussy's Six Epigraphs Antiques and Vivaldi's Four Seasons (Quattro Stagioni). Along with checking the copyright status of your submissions, it will save everyone time if you simply add files to the existing pages instead of creating new ones that will have to be deleted after moving the files. Thanks. Carolus 20:41, 8 May 2007 (EDT)

Piano part to Elgar

Hey, I was wondering if you had the piano reduction to the Elgar concerto. Just the first movt. I wanted to play it with somone but don't really want to buy the music. So if you have and can post it, will you?

Thanks User:bninja48

L'histoire du Soldat

Dear Isaac,

I'm looking for the piano part of the Suite L'Histoire du Soldat by Stravinsky for Piano, Violin and Clarinet. I think it is forbidden to put it in the public domain, but maybe you want to mail the PDF-file of the piano part to me. I will be very grateful.

My adress is: evanweers@gmail.com

Thanks,

Eric

We do not discuss file-sharing (illegal!) on IMSLP. It could be considered incriminating.--Snailey Yell at me 12:49, 28 October 2008 (EDT)
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