Dear Shoelaced, Are you the typesetter of the new or recent Sibelius typeset of the first song from Brahms' Op.43? If not, do you have written permission to post this here or proof that the typeset was released under a Creative Commons license? If we do not receive a response from you in 24 hours or less, the typeset (not Manuscript scan) will be deleted as a possible copyright violation. Thanks, Carolus 02:48, 9 September 2010 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)
Re: Brahms scan
My friend scanned the music into Sibelius from an early edition of the score a while back using PhotoScore. I changed the key to A minor, but no other major edits were made. If that counts as typesetting, then yes, I'm the typesetter. I uploaded the file because it is extremely difficult to find it in anything lower than B-flat despite it being a popular choice for lower voices. I'm afraid I have no idea who published the original score that was used for the scan.
- OK. That answers the question. The older printed score scanned into Photoscore was most likely PD. Your putting it into Sibelius changes it to a typeset, so you're listed as editor - even though your editing was very minimal (transposition mainly). Carolus 03:17, 9 September 2010 (UTC)