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Cheers,KGill talk email
00:32, 11 December 2010 (UTC)
Hi guys, i just posted a book of solfeggio by dragomirov, but apparently i posted it in the wrong way.
I've been looking all over the web for this book, but i couldn't find it anywhere(by the way, the first place that i've looked was here).
It happens that today i try to find it again
and i finally did it. I've found the book on a single russian site, and grab it into my pc. I love this method and i use for me and for my students, and
i like to share it with other people that probably likes too.
The major problem here is... i dont know ANYTHING about the author. Nothing but his last name, "Dragomirov".
What do i do? If you like i could send the files to your e-mail or something, but please, help me. =)
Thank you so much,
- Well, I managed to find out a few things about the author: his real name was Pavel Nilovich Tolstyakov (he used Dragomirov as a pseudonym), and he lived from 1880 to 1938. The solfège volume you uploaded was published by Muzyka in 1967. As everything written by him is public domain in Canada, there's no problem with your uploading it here. The only thing was how you did it - you just used the 'upload file' link in the toolbox, meaning that the files were inaccessible to almost everyone; the link I gave you above details how to do it properly (i.e., so that people can find and download it). Cheers, KGill talk email 02:38, 11 December 2010 (UTC)