Talk:Hungarian Rhapsodies, S.244 (Liszt, Franz)

I am going to replace the main page on this article with this when all copyright doubts are solven:

Hungarian Rhapsodies

This is good :) However, just a note that from the looks of it the copyright review will probably end with deletion; the German pub+25 law is quite special internationally, and the copyright law of Hungary does not duplicate this. I got to look at a Neue Liszt Ausgabe today at our library, and it does say that Barenreiter is a co-producer of the volume (as might be expected), but the official publisher is Editio Musica in Budapest (I'm almost thinking that Barenreiter purposefully did it this way to preserve copyright). However, I'm going to wait a few days for Carolus' review... he probably can tell us whether this has been reprinted or not, which is a great help :)
Anyway, don't get your hopes up. While I think being able to have Neue Liszt Ausgabe on IMSLP is a great thing (I've always liked Critical Editions), but it'd have no point if by doing so IMSLP itself would get sued... IMSLP does have to abide by copyright laws after all. --Feldmahler 18:39, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
Is it possible to typeset from Neue Liszt-Ausgabe then? --Funper 16:09, 10 April 2007 (EDT)
Probably not, unfortunately... while the publication is extremely likely to be in copyright (in any case they can claim engraving copyright), the edition itself may very well be in copyright too. However, to be honest, I do not know the Hungarian copyright law enough to say. In Canada it would probably be copyrighted, but I assume you are arguing via the Berne rule of the shorter term. --Feldmahler 19:25, 10 April 2007 (EDT)
I think that we should investigate this alittle further.. Besided is there a page here explaining Berne rule of shorter term? --Funper 19:30, 10 April 2007 (EDT)
The public domain page explains the concept, but not the Hungarian copyright law. You can find the text of the Hungarian copyright law in the forum thread about this in the copyright forum. --Feldmahler 19:35, 10 April 2007 (EDT)

Deleted files

Those deleted files doesn't disappear automaticly from the workpages.. --Funper 18:41, 17 April 2007 (EDT)

Yes... they will have to be manually removed unfortunately :/ I will eventually do it if no one else does, but that'd be in a few weeks (very busy lately). --Feldmahler 18:49, 17 April 2007 (EDT)