User talk:Rmatosinhos


Creating pages without adding music

I see you've added a few pages that only contain links to the sibley music library. IMSLP want to become a primary source for music and not just provide links to external sites. The reasoning is that we have no control over the external sites so if one goes down all of the links to that site become invalid and we lose information. If these pages are left in this state and found by an admin, they will be deleted. In any case it's easy to add music to the pages. Check out the Contributor Portal for help. It's nice to have more horn players here. Welcome! Horndude77 14:31, 7 October 2007 (EDT)

Ok, from now on, I will tray always to add also the scores. I've seen on the web site that could be added only as link as well--Rmatosinhos 05:25, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

Newly added Pieces

I see that you've uploaded a few scores from some external sites. Some are not as 'free' as we would like them here. For example the scores from here are free to distribute, but not free to perform. Currently these, I believe, are legal to be here, but they are highly discouraged (see here). Also the copy-us pieces have a very vague license. It reads: "Copyrighted by the Publishers / All Rights Reserved. Please copy!" Again I think it is legal to be here, but discouraged. Performance rights are not stated in this short license. I'm interested to see how the admins and copyright reviewers handle these, but in the meantime lets wait and see. Sorry, if it feels like I'm being picky. The first goal of IMSLP is to gather scores from public domain sources. Ask over at the forums any questions you have. The people here are very eager to help each other. Horndude77 23:26, 8 October 2007 (EDT)

Dont't worry, I really understand you position, you are just making every thing to ensure every thing on this site works well. About this scores. the idea of the copy-us and the is to encourage people to play their scores. Not really for free, because who decide to perform must pay the rights, they (pieces) are very nice specially those from I've read the IMSLP:Creative_Commons_and_Performance_Restricted_licenses#Performance_Restricted_counterparts_to_the_Creative_Commons_licenses) and in this case I think there's no option, becouse copy-us and will claim their reight's for each performance.--Rmatosinhos 05:31, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

Three Short Pieces for Piano 4 hands (arranged for WW5) (Bruckner, Anton)

The files you submitted will be deleted. The typesetter put a copyright mark in the files: (c) Les Editions Outremontaises. You can ask the author for permission - there's a good chance he will give permission. You can contact him (Pierre Gouin) on WIMA. Let us know something if you have permission. Regards, Peter talk 03:58, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

I've upploades this files, because in the source (The Clarinet Institute of Los Angeles) says they are free. I will try to contact Pierre Gouin.--Rmatosinhos 05:34, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

your new additions

Dear mr. Matosinhos,

Thank you very much for you numerous uploads. However, you may have seen that many still are blocked, just because they are not yet reviewed. Can we ask you kindly to fill in as much publisher information as possible? The more work there is for the copyright reviewe team, the slower the review process will go. If you submitted 30 files today, that will at least give us an extra 1.5 hour of work if the examination of one submission would take only 3 minutes. Of course nicely filled in submissions will be reviewed in a second, while the others will get lower priority. Thanks in advance! Peter talk 11:32, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

It looks like you're getting a lot of these from the Sibley Music Library. They provide most of the information needed on their site after that all you need is the plate number usually from the bottom of the page. I edited Romance pour Cor (Bruneau, Alfred) to give you an idea of what it should look like. This will save the copyright reviewers time. Cheers! Horndude77 11:56, 12 July 2008 (EDT)
Also I see that you've added a few pieces (that I've typeset) from Mutopia. This is fine, but please link back to Mutopia and fill out the publisher information. Here's an example: Cello Sonata No.3 (Beethoven, Ludwig van). Horndude77 16:39, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

Dear Rmatosinhos, The items you've posted from the Werner Icking Music Archive require permission, though those of Pierre Gouin are now able to be posted here. Do you have permission from WIMA or from the editor / typesetter of the Danzi quintets to post here? Thanks, Carolus 15:29, 12 July 2008 (EDT) I dont have premition from Werner Icking Music Archive, but I thought they were freely avaliable.--Rmatosinhos 20:56, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

P.S. Don't feel attacked, it's perfectly normal that we are this cautious :) --Peter talk 17:01, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

I understand all the percautions, I'm trying to understand all the requirements to upload a score and input all the required data.--Rmatosinhos 20:56, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

Divertimento für Flöte, Oboe, Klarinette, Horn, Fagott und Klavier, Op. 51 (Paul, Juon)

Just considering the title, it would be (Juon, Paul), not (Paul, Juon) - last name, first, not first name, last. Eric 12:44, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

Yes, I´ve noticed the the title is wrong. but How can I correct it?--Rmatosinhos 20:57, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

We already have this title Divertimento, Op.51, probably the very same scan (from University of Rocherster) that you were planning on uploading. We don't need a second copy of the same scan. This is why the guidelines for contributors recommend that you look and see what we already have before randomly uploading titles. We welcome any additions from the University of Rochester that we do not already have here, and have received a request from them that we mirror their sit as much as possible (there are somethings, like Fritz Kreisler works, which are PD in the US but not in Canada which we cannot duplicate here for legal reasons). I will be deleting the extra page you created shortly. Carolus 21:15, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

Yes I understand. I've searched for the files but with the wrong name, thats why I didnt found them. --Rmatosinhos 21:19, 12 July 2008 (EDT)

Ah. May I ask what you did try? It may explain where the confusion was... Eric 11:01, 13 July 2008 (EDT)

I made a search for the name not the surname, because I didnt noticed the "," I thought it was a surname... --Rmatosinhos 06:56, 14 July 2008 (EDT)

Sick: Septets

Dear Rmatosinhos, The file you have linked to the page for Septet No.1 is a copy of that for No.3 (Op.30, 166 pages). Please uload the correct file and I'll tag it so it can be available. The Danish Royal Library certainly does produce beautiful color scans of their manuscripts. We might consider breaking these files up into separate score and parts so they don't have such a huge file size. BTW, have you ever gotten permission from Hartmut Lemmel to post the Danzi files here? Thanks, Carolus 21:48, 2 August 2008 (EDT)

I'm now upploading a new correct file, could you please tell-me how can I delete the precious file? About danzi, I sent him an email but it says "address unknown" so now I dont kow hou contact him.--Rmatosinhos 16:09, 3 August 2008 (EDT)

Thanks for uploading the new file. Don't worry about deleting the other one, I'll take care of it. If you can't reach Mr. Lemmel, we'll have to delete those files as well, since WIMA has expressly denied permission for them to be here. Carolus 17:14, 3 August 2008 (EDT)