Category talk:Mattheson, Johann

If you look at the files, it says "non-commercial use only". Thus they cannot be tagged as "public domain". Not sure how they can be tagged correctly (or if they can stay at all - source is WIMA, I believe). --Leonard Vertighel 08:50, 27 March 2007 (EDT)

They should have been tagged "Personal"; they can stay on IMSLP as long as non-commercial copying is allowed (like CC-SA or similar). This category also needs some cleanup; the work pages may need to be combined (I do not know how many pieces Mattheson wrote, but if he wrote a lot then these need to be combined like Bach). Or at the very least they need to be renamed to a more language-neutral and sortable name, i.e. with numbers instead of words. --Feldmahler 11:56, 27 March 2007 (EDT)
I think he was fairly prolific though only 100 scores turn up on Based on the opera overture and the Magnificat I have heard (from a concert broadcast) I think he's owed some partial re-evaluation anyway. Many of the works in score at the library on campus here are either modern reprints or microform, which may explain part of the copyright situation and relative ease of scanning, or lack thereof? (Though I spy a suite of three instrumental pieces published in 1933, and a few others more recent but not very recent in the library here; perhaps similarly in other uni. libraries. Might be possible to scan such, or typeset.) Eric 13:50, 10 October 2007 (EDT)