User talk:George

Hi George, Your picture is now in place. You made the easy mistake of leaving the brackets in place and putting the link outside the template. Carolus 17:05, 21 June 2009 (EDT) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)


Microsoft logos

These are present on the scan of the Gurlitt, Op.101, which means the file has to be deleted. You have to get rid of Microsoft or any other logos before uploading, since logos and trademarks are IP (intellectual property) without any term limits. Carolus 22:59, 19 July 2010 (UTC)


Thanks for pointing out that both Op.52 and 53 are different sets of 14 pieces. It's a bit confusing to have two pieces with identical titles, I assumed that the Zimmermann score was a just mistaken imprint the other day. You put Op.53 on the page you created. It has now been moved to Op.52 and the Zimmermann score is placed there. Carolus 20:07, 16 November 2010 (UTC)


works by composers not PD in Canada, like Wellesz, can only rarely be hosted on IMSLP - the main exception is if they're public domain in the United States and can be found and downloaded on a server there (e.g. Sibley Library, Google books or scanned in at a local library. In my case there would be here, that is.) Only a few people have permissions to upload to the server. Eklogen was first published in 1921, so it is public domain in the US in principle, if I can find a digitized copy. I may get over to my university library and scan in their copy (I think they have it) if it's the original print. (hrm. they have his Epigramme op17 which is - will have to make sure, easy enough if the © is on the score of course - is from 1921 - but the Eklogen the university has in a 1980 edition that hopefully is a reprint mainly and not a new edition. If the latter, no can do with that copy- though still will be good to have op17. will see about getting back to the library soon. and thank you for your contributions generally of course!) Eric 10:26, 14 April 2011 (UTC) (oic- Eklogen at Google Books full view...)

6 Kinderstücke, Op.136 (Taubert, Wilhelm)

Dear George, That was some very nicely done work on the color scan from a few days ago! If you have an interest in this type of score improvement, we'd love for someone to do this to all the Brahms first editions we have - along with getting rid of the annoying embedded logos from the Brahms-institut. Thanks, Carolus 04:13, 15 June 2011 (UTC)

Sartorio - source

I actually don't know if it matters for copyright reasons, but it might be good to note whether this is your scan of your own copy of the September 1912 Etude magazine cover or a copy of the one that appears at , which they may believe they have a copyright to (and in some countries the copyright law may support them for all I know... which I don't, again- Carolus or other copyright admins would...) - it is good to specify your source when providing a photo (at least to the degree of specificity that it did come from that 1912 issue , which I found out using Google images... - the rest I'm probably being nitpicky about, I think :) ) Thanks! Eric 21:02, 9 December 2011 (UTC)