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Carolus (IMSLP Copyright Admin) 05:48, 24 September 2011 (UTC)
Hello Mimihot90, now that you are uploading your own typesets here, take a moment to look at the latest one and copy the details - your name as "editor" and "publisher", typeset instead of normal scan (yes we see it's actually a scan of a printout made from your typeset) and the Creative Commons license instead of public domain. The CC license we used is essentially the equivalent of public domain in terms of freedom of downloads and distribution. Thanks, Carolus 04:01, 7 October 2011 (UTC)
Dear Mimihot90, One of our regular contributors has mentioned that the items you are uploading appear to be quite similar to those from a volume entitled Die Gesangskunst der Kastraten by Franz Haboeck. While the Haboeck volume, issued in 1923, was obviously not scanned we would be interested in knowing if this was your source material. Thanks, Carolus 23:34, 20 October 2011 (UTC)
Yes, it is from Die Gesangskunst der Kastraten. Mimihot90 15:46, 21 October 2011 (CET)