User talk:Loriellen


Dear Loriellen,
Welcome to the IMSLP! We would like to thank you for contributing.

Please visit our Contributor Portal to learn more about contributing to IMSLP.

The Tutorial provides you a basic introduction to using this site. If you wish to contribute music scores, you will find all the details in the page How to Submit a Score. In addition to that, it is advisable for you to have a basic understanding of copyright law. In case you aren't able to find something you want to know in those pages, you can leave a note on the forums.

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You can communicate with other users by placing a message on their talk page (click on a user's name, and then on Discussion), just like I did on your page. When logging on the next time, this user will get a notification of a new message. Replying to these messages can be done on your own talk page, or on the corresponding user's talk page. Note that there will be no notification for the other user when replying on your own page. It's always a good idea to sign your comments with four tildes (~~~~), which automatically adds your user name and a datestamp.

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Frequently asked questions can be found on the FAQ page.

We're looking forward to your next submission!

--Emeraldimp 15:19, 14 June 2007 (EDT)

A few additional notes:

  1. While you successfully completed the first submission (the St. George Tucker Requiem), you'll need to complete it for On a Mountain Road at Summer's End (St. George Tucker, Tui) and Venite (St. George Tucker, Tui); you can do this by going to the work page, clicking on 'Add a file to this work page' and (since you've already uploaded the PDFs (Mountain Road.pdf and Venite pdf.pdf)), click on 'use this form for files already uploaded' and follow the instructions on that page.
  2. Do you have permission do distribute these scores? If the composer died in 2004, then her works are still under copyright in the US and Canada. Please review Public Domain for more information on this topic. If you are the copyright holder, then you may consider licensing the files using a Creative Commons License.
  3. When uploading new scores, please include the composer's name (generally last name is sufficient) in the filename, so that you don't end up overwriting a previously-uploaded score!