Do you have daniwellP's permission to a) arrange his piece for percussion ensemble; and b) post it here under "Anonymous"? Please let us know as soon as possible since this will be deleted as a possible copyright violation if we have no response in 24 hours or less. Thanks, Carolus 04:35, 21 July 2011 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)
I do not have daniwellP's expressed permission to arrange his piece. Youtube user Zorsy released a public domain piano score on his personal website of the portion of daniwellP's song used in Youtube user saraj00n's video "Nyan Cat". I downloaded the score, got very bored, and made the percussion ensemble. I wanted to put the score I arranged online, in hopes that some group would be able to have fun with it, at least. This is also the reason why I put it under "Anonymous". Since I don't know Zorsy's real name, I can't create a page for him and give him credit for the original score I used. I also didn't want to put it under "daniwellP", because the Youtube video that this arrangement is from doesn't use his full song, it just loops 11 measures of it. If I had made a page for myself, I wouldn't have anything else to put onto my page, and since I have taken no formal classes about theory or composition at all, probably wouldn't have a chance to for a few more years. I figured, by throwing it under "Anonymous", I could give credit to everybody for all of their work, and avoid problems like these. I had the best intentions, but if my arrangement will cause problems, by all means, take it down; I just don't want to keep this to myself.
-Keaton P.s. I apologize if this is not the correct format to answer you, but I've never been in a situation like this before.