User talk:Jsigerland

Hello Jsigerland, I deleted some of your recently added commercial websites from the website list, because we will only be listing commercial websites that sell public domain scores. Cheers! Peter 07:13, 18 April 2007 (EDT)

Ok I undertstand now;My intention was to devise a new category :Commercial enterprises, but now i understand that this was not compatible with the policy of the webside. Hope i added some interesting new links anyway. I am an organist/pianist from norway .Collecting sheet music for a long time. Good luck with your project !!

Don't worry too much about it :) Welcome to IMSLP and enjoy your stay! --Feldmahler 17:54, 18 April 2007 (EDT)

I will continue with fitzwilliam later ,not scanned by me , (but a boy that worked for me ):)

Hi! Thanks for the uploads :) Is it possible that you could ask the scanner to scan in monochrome (black and white) instead of grayscale? If it has already been scanned and re-scanning is too much trouble, then it is ok (you can submit the grayscale version), but it is a good idea to scan the scores using monochrome from now on, because it makes much smaller files with minimum quality difference :) The scans you've uploaded are really nice quality, just that they are a little large since they are scanned in grayscale. Thanks! :) --Feldmahler 10:10, 20 April 2007 (EDT)

The problem is that this was done for a couple of years ago in color and greyscale with a very high resolution.I hope its possible to use. (Its better than nothing- never heard about anyone doing this before!) Nowadays i myself scan from 300 - 600 dpi monochrone tifs depending of the tickness of the lines in the score. I will give you examples later. - :)

Actually... sorry about this but apparently another version was already uploaded: Fitzwilliam_Virginal_Book_(Tregian,_Francis_(the_Younger)) :/ I'm sorry about not looking before responding to your e-mail! You don't have to worry about removing the files as I will do it myself. Again, I'm sorry for not checking first! --Feldmahler 14:03, 20 April 2007 (EDT)