User talk:Romanov76110


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Dvorak Symphony No. 8 in G Major

Your submission of the Clarinet parts is missing the first page for both the Clarinet I and II parts. Also do you have the first movement for Clarinet in B-flat rather than in A?


Watch out for the librettist on Gershwin titles, Romanov76110. Gershwin's music (no words) is PD in Canada, but often the author of the words - especially when it was his brother Ira (d.1983) is not free in Canada. Thanks, Carolus 19:39, 9 July 2008 (EDT)

Multiple file submission

Dear Mr Romanov,

Thank you for your recent submissions like H.M.S. Pinafore and the Yeomen of the Guard. Could you in the future please use "Add multiple files to this page" when you submit all these files? This saves work both for you and for the administrators! You only have to fill in the form once for all files. Thank you and feel free to ask for any help! --Peter talk 10:51, 23 July 2008 (EDT)

I'll jump in here to make another request. See Fountains of Rome. Note how I changed your descriptions to "Bassoon I, II" instead of "Bassoon I and II". The reason for this is that we're trying to differentiate between two separate parts and a single part for both players. Note how I've also included both the total page count and the page count for each part within the file. This will make your excellent submission that much more useful to the orchestra librarians and musicians who will be so grateful for what you added. Thanks for the fine submissions! Carolus 23:41, 23 July 2008 (EDT)

Orchestra Parts

Dear Romanov

You are submitting many wind parts of orchestral works, which is very nice, as we don't have much parts yet. Do you also have possession of the string parts of all these works? That would of course be even more useful. ( PS You can reply by clicking "edit" on top of this page or my talk page.) --Peter talk 09:01, 28 July 2008 (EDT)

No, I do not have any of the string parts, at this time at least. As you probably have figured out the uploaded parts come from the company that shall remain nameless. Also, I have uploaded all the wind parts that I currently have that are public domain, but I have some percussion parts to work with. --Romanov76110 09:25, 28 July 2008 (EDT)
Thank you. I actually was not aware that the nameless collection contains only wind parts. --Peter talk 10:05, 28 July 2008 (EDT)

Actually, the un-named collection does include string parts as well. They just divide the collection up by instrument so you get all the Horn parts on one volume, all the Cello parts on another, etc. I can even tell whose reprint parts were most-likely scanned in almost every case (Kalmus) - because they are all still in the 10 x 13 page size which is that publisher's standard for orchestral parts. Lucks (Kalmus' chief competitor) also prints their parts in 10 x 13. Carolus 14:25, 28 July 2008 (EDT)

Hi Romanov, A suggestion - just to make the job easier for us copyright reviewers - is that you wait until you have a series of parts for a given title then add at once using the multifile addition feature. We have a multifile copyright tagger that allows the reviews to tag up to 20 files at a shot. It takes less time doing it that way than piecemeal. As for the order or parts on the page (I expect you're already doing this, form what I've seen), listing in score order is most logical. Woodwind on the top, brass, percussion, with strings on the bottom. Thanks for all the nice contributions. Your files appears to be processed quite nicely from what I've seen. Carolus 18:34, 1 August 2008 (EDT)

As for the part orders, I somewhere made some wrong reorderings, mea culpa. I had put violins on top, you know, they're most important ;)--Peter talk 18:40, 1 August 2008 (EDT)

Hello, yet another suggestion... you may add your titles to this page: List of Orchestra or Band Pieces with Parts Available. Orchestra librarians like me can find them easily! --Homerdundas 15:42, 2 August 2008 (EDT)

Isle of the Dead, Op. 29 (Rachmaninoff, Sergei)


I just want to say thank you for uploading the scores for Rachmaninoff's Isle of the Dead at . I was wondering whether you might be able to upload the remaining orchestral parts such as the string parts?

Many thanks for all your help, especially as this is such a difficult score to get hold of!

Best wishes, Maxo 07:59, 14 August 2008 (EDT)

String parts for all Rachmaninov piano concerti

Well done! You have managed to get and upload the wind parts for all Rachmaninov! However would you be able to find and upload the string parts as well? This will enable many orchestra to perform these concerti!


--Kcleung 17:04, 19 October 2008 (EDT)

Clarinet parts of Beethoven orchestral works

Very nice job on the uploads. (I'm the one who did the violin parts, working from the same source). For some reason, the first page of all your scans has inverted colors (black background, gray notes). Is this deliberate? Rob 11:14, 25 October 2008 (EDT)

The Planets orchestral parts

Thanks for the Percussion part, which I've already given to a few of my percussionist friends so they can practice it. Do you have access to the rest of the parts? If you do, these might need to be a higher priority, because my close friends will be playing these parts: 1st Bassoon, all Trombones (1, 2, and Bass), and 5th and 6th Horns. If you can do this, leave me a message. Clorox 21:54, 2 November 2008 (EST)

Never mind, I guess, it's too late. But it looks like you're already uploading some parts for The Planets. Thanks! --Clorox (diskussion) 15:36, 31 January 2009 (EST)

BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3, Op. 72b

Dear Romanov.

Thanks for uploading the clarinet parts for this piece. Would it be possible for you to re-scan the first page? It is not clear, as someone else already pointed out. THANKS!



Fantastic collection of parts for the operettas! Outstanding work. Carolus 03:52, 10 June 2010 (UTC)


Merci d'avoir numérisé ces partitions de Louis-Ferdinand Hérold.

can't download pinafore?

Hi Romanov - or anyone that can help... when I try to download pinafore it just shows up as blank pages on a pdf? But it worked great with Pirates... anyone know how to fix this? Or why it's happening? We're trying to put a show together this summer so any info as soon as possible would be much appreciated! thanks.

Dvorak symph. 9, Op 95

In the timpani/percussion part, the first page of the timpani part and the complete percussion part is missing

Fwums 22:29, 4 October 2011 (UTC)