Hello, your Organ list is getting quite extensive. I want to signal you List of Compositions Featuring the Organ and Harpsichord, with which you might want to join your page before it's too much work... --Peter talk 18:29, 31 July 2008 (EDT)
- Thank you, Peter. I was aware of the list you mention. The lists serve different purposes. The purpose of my list is to enumerate those items in the standard organ repertoire that are suitable for teaching, worship, or performance. As such I am excluding certain minor works by lesser known composers. Also, I am in most cases excluding those works where the available scores are subject to copyright review and unlikely to emerge due to insufficient information about publishers or editors. Also, I will be linking to some scores on Mutopia and possibly WIMA and CPDL where those sites have materials that fill gaps here. Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer 19:51, 31 July 2008 (EDT)
- Well I think your information perfectly fits in the rest of the repertoire lists; they are just beginnings of a list, and my view is to create for each instrument or group a repertoire list that is commented, split to style period and possibly to importance and difficulty (here's were the teaching part is coming in), also containing scores unavailable at IMSLP, perhaps linked to other noncommercial sites. What you find in the repertoire books actually.
- About the copyright review: you shouldn't worry too much about it, as by the end of summer vacation (august), there will be only a few per cent left to review, and that will be the real hard ones. But even they are likely to emerge :) But it is still your call ! Peter talk 20:26, 31 July 2008 (EDT)
Locked PDF list
Herr Fischer, I'm taking up the list of locked PDFs, slowly replacing them with "freed" version and am then, as you may have observed, removing them from said list. As I mentioned on the forums, changes may take up to 24 hours to take effect. Daphnis 00:15, 31 March 2009 (EDT)
- Excellent. Thank you for your good work. I'll double check them as the updates propagate to the mirror. Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer 03:21, 31 March 2009 (EDT)