User talk:Marc lanoiselee

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Hi Marc,

many thanks for your uploads. If I can be a little picky; at IMSLP we normally maintain a distinction between the original work (and parts thereof) and arrangements/transcriptions; when you uploaded 52 files to the Campra opera, these had to be picked apart into three separate groups, since all of the recorder arrangements, full scores, and parts were mixed in with one another – which took a good deal of manual editing after you’d uploaded.

When you’re adding a whole batch like this, it really helps enormously if you do all of the full scores for the original work in one batch; then the orchestral parts for that version in another; and then items such as your arrangements (both scores and parts together) for recorder ensemble. I appreciate that may not be how the files were organised on WIMA – but it is indicative of how they will be organised on IMSLP.

Thanks again, Philip @ © talk 07:56, 2 September 2011 (UTC)

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Audio files

Dear Marc, You have to use the "Add Audio file" button at the top of a work page to submit MP3s. They should not be submitted with scores. I therefore had to delete the ones you submitted along with scores as they were added to the incorrect part of the database. Thanks, Carolus 04:15, 30 October 2011 (UTC)

Replacing files (for updated versions)

Please do not add copies of existing files. To replace a file, click on the item's file number and then on the link which reads "Upload a new version of this file". Once you have replaced the file, the copyright tags (N!/N!/N! for your editions) will revert to untagged (U/U/U). It might take a few days for the wiki-cache to update before you see the revised version in your browser window, but the new version will be downloaded if you download it. Thanks, Carolus 00:38, 24 February 2012 (UTC)

MIDI files

Hello Marc,

Could you please upload the files for arrangements separate from those for synthesized-renditions of the original scoring? Uplaoding them all at once means one of the admins (usually me), has to split them up so that the arrangement files are in a separate block of files. There have been far too many files for one person to review in the last couple of days, so anything to save time is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Carolus 02:34, 7 March 2012 (EST) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Publisher field

Hello again, and thank you for separating the files as requested (It helps much). In the publisher field, we recommend that you use the following bit of wiki code to keep your e-mail a little more private (copy and paste):
[mailto:marc.lanoiselee@laposte.net Marc Lanoiselée] You can see how this works on a number of your previously uploaded items. Thanks, Carolus 03:25, 8 March 2012 (EST)

Mozart Divertimenti

If you're looking for it - it has been moved to: Divertimenti for Wind Sextet (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus). It's a collection of one composer, so you will find it in the "Collections with..." section of the Mozart category. The score looks like it is all original instrumentation (though I didn't view all the pages). Did Gomez arrange for a different instrumentation? Thanks, Carolus 13:35, 19 March 2012 (EDT)

Gomez

I just noticed that you have not been using the editor or arranger templates when uploading this WIMA contributor's works. These are what enable one to find his arrangements and editions on his category page. The template for editor is: {{LinkEd|Alberto Gomez|Gomez}}, while the one for arranger is: |Arranger={{LinkArr|Alberto Gomez|Gomez}}. Copy and paste these into the "Editor" field when uploading. I'v been adding them as I run across them, but I am sure there are many you've uploaded over the past week that are lacking this info. Thanks, Carolus 11:53, 20 March 2012 (EDT)

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