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Cello Concerto, op. posth. (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich)

Hello. Great you posted this. Which edition is your completion based on? --Peter talk 11:49, 6 July 2008 (EDT)

Stravinsky: Rite of Spring

Hello YuriyLcello, I saw you had asked about posting your cello octet arrangement of the above title over at Feldmahler's page. The short answer, for the time being, is "no." All of Stravinsky is under copyright in Canada, including the Rite of Spring. This could change if we re-open the US server, which would be able to host works which are public domain in the USA only (like the Rite of Spring). If we do re-open the US server, it would not be until after the first of the year. Carolus 14:35, 2 November 2008 (EST) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Davydov (Litolff edition)

Hi YuriyLcello. I saw that you uploaded a file that includes not only pieces from Op.41, but also Op.20 and Op.23. Please split these kinds of collections in the future - the collection 'Davidoff-Album' is overridden by the division of his works into different opus numbers, and therefore each opus number should go on its own page. Thanks, KGill talk email 19:34, 2 July 2011 (UTC)

== G Paque

Glad to meet another Paque fan.

Your Paque is G Paque, not Desire. Info from Hoff XIX- 17 cello fantasies on operas from Op 8 1858 to Op 25 1888. Please create a separate composer page.

Later we can do J Paque (1 work in HoffXIX)!

Regards WBunting

Paganini-Wellerson

Mila Wellerson (1895-1972) is not public domain in Canada. The arrangement you posted may not be free in the USA either as it bears a 1924 copyright notice. We have therefore deleted it, unfortunately. Carolus 06:06, 2 December 2011 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

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