User talk:Ler177


Dear Ler177,
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Hi Ler177! Your submission of Gould's Boogie Woogie Etude was removed by Carolus because Gould died in the 1990s, and so his compositions are not in the public domain. --Feldmahler 03:12, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

Liszt The Rustle of the Trees

Thanks for your submission! I changed the title and name. You don't seem to be into Liszt numberings but that is OK (if your not going to add Liszt-scores regulary). But if you are, please refer to this and this if you want to get a clue. Best regards --Funper 20:36, 9 May 2007 (EDT)