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Hi Kidxchemicals! You will have to create composer categories using the Add Composer page as outlined in the score submission guide. Thanks! --Feldmahler 14:53, 26 May 2007 (EDT)
Hello, Kidxchemicals. The International edition you posted of Popper's cello etudes is almost certainly under copyright in the USA and elsewhere. Unless you can provide proof that a) the edition was published before 1964 and not renewed after 28 years; or b) you have permission in writing from the copyright owner, we'll have to remove this file from IMSLP. Please read the section on public domain in the contributor's portal. A thorough and accurate guide to copyright is presented there. Thanks, Carolus 04:27, 13 June 2007 (EDT)