Welcome to IMSLP! Please leave the scanner filed blank if the person or organization who scanned it is not known (unbekannt in German). It will generate unknown automatically of you leave the field empty. Thanks, Carolus 05:34, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
Dates are needed for these - especially for anything first published after 1891. Copyright terms like the EU and Canada's are based upon the death date of the last surviving contributor - and the composer is not always the last to die. Carolus 05:48, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
Not allowed here. The items you uploaded with them have been deleted. Carolus 05:52, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
Since this is a collection with works of both Schubert and Mendelssohn, it is now moved to Various. Note that by using the new collections template it appears in the "Collections with" sections of both composers. Carolus 04:43, 24 February 2012 (UTC)
The arrangement is in fact a different setting.
The files are no 2 Le Reve only. No 1 Les Adieux is "in preparation " at Podmorska Library. March 2102 Les Ad now arrived
I see they don't bother with providing any sort of publication information. If you're going to upload things form there, it is then your responsibility to provide the necessary publication info. We simply do not have the time to look up every file you upload here from a sloppy site which is completely lacking in such important information. There were more than 400 files uploaded today, which leaves little time to go off and do 25 minutes of research for each title. For example, while the original version of Traum der Sennerin, Op.45 (Labitzky, Joseph) is public domain, we have no idea whatsoever of who arranged it for violin and piano. The item you uploaded even lacks an arranger credit. The engraving looks like early 20th century. What if it was arranged by Mischa Elman (d.1967)? It would be quite illegal to have it here if that were the case. Nothing else from this site without complete attribution. They are absolutely terrible - which creates a tremendous potential legal hazard. Frankly, I see little of value over there, so perhaps there are better places for you to obtain scores. Thanks, Carolus 06:10, 3 March 2012 (UTC)
This work must put on Wilhelm Tschirsch composer category.
You should feel free to go ahead and add files for the various volumes and printings as you find them. We now have the ability to handle collections of this nature. This collection has a very interesting publication history and you've made some real discoveries. I suspect that Peters took it over from Heinze in 1874, unless the Peters is a different collection with the identical name. They must have re-engraved at least the first volume in the 1890s, hence the much later plate number. Having scans of the complete volumes will help a great deal in determining the history here. Good work! Carolus 00:18, 13 March 2012 (EDT) Thank you. I have vols 1 and 4 complete, and vol 3 vl part alone. With the help of scan tailor very good files result. I will upload the cover of no 1 so that all can see the "bearbeitet von ***" which is other than "bearbeitet von Fr Hermann" on the other books covers.
Please correct link to mugi.hfmt-hamburg.de Sadly none of Heinze's arrangements are on the web. As soon as one appears, we can make a full page.
Hello Schalltrichter, There is an online scan of Fantaisie for viola and piano, Op.204 by Jan Kalliwoda at Biblioteka Elbląska (WorldCat entry). I have tried to access this work, but am unable to save the file properly. Would you try to add this to IMSLP? Best regards, Hrdinský 09:00, 3 June 2013 (EDT)