User talk:Rah9639

Dear Robert, May I ask why you saw the need to create a separate page for the Halleljuah chorus when we already have a work-page for The Messiah? I'll take care of moving everything to where it belongs and setting up a re-direct. Also, what edition is yours based upon? Thanks, Carolus 19:22, 14 October 2009 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)


Vally Lasker

He died only in 1978. The piano reduction is public domain only in the USA. We'll have a USA server fully functional soon, but you'll have to send your file to an admin to upload it there. For now, I have to delete. BTW, "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence" is No.1 of 3 Festival Choruses, Op.36a, originally for chorus and orchestra. Carolus 07:08, 21 December 2010 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)


Dear Robert: The US server is up and running. If you would like to re-load your "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence" to the page "3 Festival Choruses, op.36a", it can be put there. Cheers, Steltz 05:46, 14 February 2011 (UTC)

Maybrick, The Holy City

Dear Robert: As far as I can see, Maybrick wrote this with piano or organ accompaniment. Are you perhaps the arranger of the orchestral version? If so, I would like to credit you as such. Thanks, Steltz 07:16, 1 May 2011 (UTC)

I am the arranger. Thanks for helping.


This is a beautiful typeset! Thanks for your carefulness and obvious care you spent with this. Lndlewis10 21:05, 5 July 2011 (UTC)

Yes, I agree. Would it also be possible to list or link the original sources of the Stults items that have been typeset? There is no way to see or understand the scope of the contribution made here by the editor - or by Stults. (Where is the line between editor and arranger? Is the new effort limited to typography? Are there harmonic revisions?) I think it could be good to know more about Stults's originals. Surely the original publication data for each piece should be stated on each work page at least for copyright reasons? Thanks again. Olmsted 23:51, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

I've added a link for the original for all but one of Stults' works. I added a copy of the original for that one. R. Hudson 8/11/2011

Upload fine points

Hello Robert,

Since you've been adding quite a few typesets, here are some things you can do that will help things go faster (with WIMA flooding the place, we need things to go as fast as they can too)

  1. Use the key template: {{Key|G}} gives G major, and {{Key|bb}} gives B minor. It also has the interesting feature of adding the page you use it on to one of the different key categories.
  2. Don't leave the publisher field blank. Put in your name - since making something available here meets the legal definition of "publication" in most locales.
  3. For MIDI or MP3 files generated from MIDIs, don't refer to them as "Scores" or "Complete Score". Use "Synthesized Performance" or even "Complete Performance" instead.
  4. We also now have an {{LOC}} template. I highly recommend that you use it, as it will make life less painful in the event LOC decides to change their directory names, etc. It's a fairly complicated template, but worth the trouble to learn.

Thanks, Carolus 22:19, 18 March 2012 (EDT)

Excellent! Much appreciated on a day of heavy WIMA uploads! Best Wishes, Carolus 19:41, 22 March 2012 (EDT)