User talk:Jarrett

Dear Jarrett, Please do not submit single-page files for multi-page works. There are several free software packages available which enable PDF files to me merged. I'll go ahead and fix the cello part you uploaded, but kindly refrain from submitting any additional single-page files. Thanks, Carolus 13:48, 15 May 2009 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Hello again, Jarrett. The Chanson Triste is part of the 12 Pieces, Op.40. Please look through the lists we've set up of composers' works so that you can place things on the correct work-page in the future. Also, I note that this is an arrangement by Gilles Laroche with a 2003 copyright claim. Do you have written permission form the copyright owner to upload this item here? If not, I'll have to delete this immediately. Thanks, Carolus 01:33, 23 May 2009 (EDT)

Copyright Violation: Tchaikovsky: Chanson Triste, Op.40 No.2, Saint-Saens: Le Cygne
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Please DO NOT add works by Tchaikovsky: Chanson Triste, Op.40 No.2, Saint-Saens: Le Cygne.
Reason: The new arrangements and typesets you attempted to upload are NOT public domain.

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Why do you persist in uploading this new arrangement when I explicitly told you that it is under copyright? If you keep on attempting to upload copyright work here, we'll have no choice but to ban you. Carolus 14:26, 23 May 2009 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Jarrett, This is your final warning. The arrangement for Cello and Piano of Tchaikovsky' Chanson Triste is not by Tchaikovsky. In fact, you've not provided any information at all on who transcribed the work, which was originally composed for piano solo. I can tell from looking at the page you uploaded that this was typeset in Finale, which did not even exist until 1988. Unless you are the transcriber, or you have written permission from the copyright owner of the transcription to upload this item, it is a violation of copyright law for you to do so, regardless of where you happened to find it on the internet. If you attempt to post this item again without providing proof that it is either public domain or that the copyright owner has given consent, you will be banned from posting things here. Carolus 15:49, 24 May 2009 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Congratulations, You have now posted two items that are not problematic. I'll probably have to move the Arioso to whatever larger work it is taken from (I really hate it when publishers issue things with vague titles and not a clue about where it comes from), but the Franko arrangement and the scan itself is no problem at all. Thanks for paying attention. Carolus 03:11, 6 June 2009 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Marcello: Sonata in E minor

Dear Jarrett, This does not appear to be an urtext-type edition. We really need to know who the actual editor is, not just the publisher. If the editor died less than 50 years ago, which is likely given the publication date of 1958, this will have to be deleted. Carolus 00:56, 27 June 2009 (EDT)

Despite the editor's dates, this appears to be OK, as it was an East German edition and not under copyright in the USA. Carolus 15:30, 27 June 2009 (EDT)

Dear Jarrett,

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:

  • Scanner:This field should include the name of the scanner, or the website where the file was obtained.
  • Editor: The person who edited the score. This is not always known, usually the editor is 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 typesetted score, the typesetter.
  • 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: "<Place>: <Publisher Company>, No. <Publisher's publication number>, <Date>. 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)

Thanks! -- Snailey Talk to Me Email me 12:22, 15 May 2009 (EDT)