Hello Arcone, You are making new categories for composers. Are you planning to upload works by these composers? Otherwise, it's better not to create empty composer pages. Thank you!--Peter 10:21, 4 March 2007 (EST)
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We're looking forward to your next submission!Feldmahler
Hi Arcone! Can you check the copyright status on the files you have submitted? They are retypesets (and not scans), hence you should chose "typeset" as the file type when submitting the file, and provide the typesetter name. In particular, the Bach "Air on the G String" is not in the public domain, unless the typesetter gave permission. --Feldmahler 12:15, 4 March 2007 (EST)
To be safe take it down then, although I believe the file was public when I downloaded 3 years ago