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Thanks a lot for these Chaminade scores! If you want people to be able to view them, then this would help!-- Snailey Yell at me Email me 21:05, 28 March 2009 (EDT) ~~~~
I'll just add to this: When you have a piece that is part of a larger opus - like Chaminade's Op.27 - you should add the piece to that page instead of needlessly creating a separate page. Zingara is number 2 from Chaminades 2 Morceaux, Op.27. That's why we have pages like List of compositions by Cécile Chaminade here. I highly recommend you looks at pages like this before creating superfluous workpages. I moved your contribution to the correct page already. Thanks, Carolus 22:45, 28 March 2009 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)
Óscar de la Cinna
Hi SalondeMusica, you just created a category for this composer. It is IMSLP's policy not to sort composers by prepositions in surnames- for instance, we do not have 'de Falla, Manuel' but 'Falla, Manuel de'. Similarly, this composer's name should be given as 'Cinna, Óscar de la', instead of 'De la Cinna, Óscar'. As you can see, I have done this: Category:Cinna, Óscar de la. Please do this in the future, and thanks for your contributions! KGill talk email 21:41, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
Hi, please be more careful when creating pages for these works. For example, in your recent submission of Étude mélodique you typed "=p" instead of "op". Making sure that all of the information is precise will save the copyright administrators time in approving these uploads. Also, the publisher's company is Enoch & Cie (note the 'e' instead of 'a' at the end). Thank you for the submissions. Daphnis 18:24, 27 August 2010 (UTC) (Copyright Admin)
Franck: Nocturne in D minor
This appears to be a recent typeset (less than 25 years old). In fact, your entry in the publisher field indicates it was taken from a Peters edition from 1999. This is too new to post here and we unfortunately had to delete it. For urtext editions of older works like this, please take care that they were published in 1985 or before. Thanks, Carolus 04:31, 27 April 2011 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)