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You attributed the uploaded typeset to Steffan Klimmt. Do you have Klimmt's permission or some evidence that he released his edition under a Creative Commons or similar free distribution license? Thanks, Carolus 13:52, 21 March 2012 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)