Guia para publicação de partituras/Casos especiais

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Esta página explica como lidar com casos especiais no processo de contribuição de partituras.


Contribuição de partes

  1. Sempre coloque as partes de uma peça na página correspondente àquela peça, ouseja, não adicione partes em páginas separadas.
  2. If a page for that piece does not exist, please create one for that piece itself (i.e. do not specify "parts" in the page title).
  3. When submitting multiple parts for a piece, you can submit them as one ZIP-file, but depending on the number of parts you can submit them as separate files too.

Submission of Incomplete Pieces (Movements from a Work)

  1. Please submit them to the page of the entire piece, i.e. do not create a separate page for each movement.
  2. If a page for that piece does not exist, please create one for that piece itself (i.e. do not specify movement in page title).
  3. For all IMSLP purposes, sections of an opera will be treated like movements of a work.

Submission of Incomplete Piece Sets (Works from a Set)

  1. If the work is short (for example, an one page work) or usually part of a collection (for example, Tchaikovsky's Seasons), please submit the work to the page of the entire work set, i.e. do not create a seperate page for each separate work within the set.
  2. If the work is long (for example, one of the six Beethoven String Quartets Op.18), please submit it to a separate page.
  3. When in doubt, put the work as part of a collection (#1), and contact staff (see bottom of page).
  4. If a page for the entire work set, or a seperate page for any work in the set already exists, please follow suit.

Submission of a Replacement or a Different Edition

  1. Please clarify in the comments box on the submission page if the submission is intended to completely replace an earlier version (i.e. same edition, much better scanning quality); the default assumption will be a different edition. If it is a different edition, you can also comment on whether the scanning quality is better or worse than previous submissions, but this is optional.

Submission of a Transcription, Arrangment, or Reorchestration

  1. In most cases, submit such works to the work page of the original work. For example, the arrangement of the piano quintet by Brahms is on the very same page as the original. Only if the work page gets too long, separation of the work pages is possible.
  2. In most cases, submit such works to the work page of the original composer. For example, Ravel's orchestration of Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition should be submitted to the work page of Mussorgsky's original work, and not a seperate page. In some cases, where the arranger is well known, it is permissible to submit the work to work pages of both the arranger and the original composer (ex. the Liszt transcriptions), if desired. However, submission of the work to a work page of the original composer (whether or not it has already been submitted elsewhere) is for all practical purposes mandatory.
  3. Please indicate that the file is not the original work in the "File description" field. Make subheadings to clearly separate the original work.

Submission of a Collection

  1. If the individual pieces within the collection are significant in length (approx. more than 5 pages on average), the pieces should be broken apart and submitted to the corresponding work page of the composer.
  2. Otherwise, if the individual pieces are short, they should be submitted to a work page under the category of the collector.
  3. There is much flexibility here; if you are unsure, you can start a thread in the Moderator Request section of the Forums.

Entering special publisher information

The standard format for citing publications on IMSLP is, without the brackets:

Original Title (Italic). <Place>: <Publisher>, No. <Publisher's publication number>, <Date>. Plate <Plate number>.

If possible, make a link to the publisher's page on IMSLP (find publishers here).

  • Unknown data: Enter Unknown
  • Estimated or supposed information: Put this between [square brackets].
  • Part of a series (e.g. complete works edition)
Enter the complete series name, volume number and volume title. For some editions, special pages exist - make a link in the reference! You will find them here.
  • Reprints
Enter the original publisher first. Make a line break with <br>, and enter the reprint publisher on a new line, preceded by "Reprint -".