User talk:Renatuba

Dear Renatuba!
We're sorry to have deleted your upload, but your score was not submitted properly. Please do not use the "upload file" link to upload scores! If you upload scores like this, no one will be able to use your submission! Please read the quick guide to learn how to correctly submit scores. A longer explanation on this can be found in the manual. More details and other ways to use the site can be found at the Contributor Portal.
We look forward to future submissions!
KGill talk email 14:39, 30 October 2010 (UTC)

Submitting your own scores

When entering a new work- a work of your own or one you have been given permission to submit - you need to choose one of the Creative Commons licenses - the page explains why : an important reason is that 'public domain' is not a valid license in the European Union for new music. There is a choice of Creative Commons licenses; you can go back to the page and edit the license. Eric 10:44, 2 November 2010 (UTC)

Dear Renato, We highly recommend that composers submitting their own work use the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3.0 license, as this will enable you to stop the people who copy files from IMSLP and sell them on Ebay from doing so with your own works. Please review the creative commons licenses before uploading. Thanks, Carolus 05:29, 4 November 2010 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)