Talk:String Quartet, Op.17a (Lazzari, Sylvio)

If the very fragile parts can stand it, I will finish scanning the remaining movements in the remaining parts (other way around I guess) in soon. Even if, as seems likely, I have to snip them into individual pages - as indeed does seem likely, to prevent their tearing. Learning much by doing this. Eric 04:42, 17 October 2010 (UTC)

It's an interesting addition - so thanks for including it! Carolus 04:43, 17 October 2010 (UTC)

Thank you! Been hoping to expand what sorts of things I could contribute here :) Alas much of my score collection is non-PD-lots. Though on examination maybe some of them aren't as copyrighted as I thought they were, so I may be scanning them in next (one set of Holst's Hymns of the Rig Veda for instance, which bears only the (C) 1912 and I think no mention of any editor). (Many of these acquisitions from Ithaca's very fine booksale, which I don't mind promoting ;^) It's going on now, in fact. Often has good scores among other things. Bought there (for $1) a piano piece (pub.1904) by RenĂ© Chansarel (1864-1945 I think), also hopefully to scan in if I can... Eric 04:51, 17 October 2010 (UTC)