Talk:Fidelio, Op.72 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)

Up to now I've been putting overtures on the work page of their respective opera, except for more "standalone" overtures; but I would like some feedback on whether putting the overtures on a seperate page is a better idea? Up to now opera pages are almost the same as overture pages; 99% of the time (with one exception, if I remember correctly), the only thing on the opera page is the overture. It'd be nice if this were to change, but... Anyway, I'd love to hear some arguments from either side. --Feldmahler 21:07, 3 September 2006 (EDT)

P.S. Btw, I have a complete scan of Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky, but I don't know how to submit it since I know no Russian :( Anyone can help? Actually I also have a few other complete operas, but their scan quality is quite a bit below legible :/

The version of the Fidelio Overture uploaded and allegedly a part of the complete works is actually a vocal score of the entire opera. I was wondering how 34 pages could be 51 MB, and I have my answer. Not sure where the overture score actually is, but it's not here. --Madcapellan 03:03, 28 August 2011 (UTC)