User talk:Mcroskell


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Archive pages for this talk page

John Ireland - Decorations

Hi, firstly thank you for the work the the MIT archive, the John Foulds piece is a stunning find for me! I just noticed that John Ireland's suite 'Decorations' is under the name 'Declarations' - I assume this is how it was labelled originally or it may just be a slip on your part (But I doubt it since you're a pianist =p). I know how to edit pages but not the original file names so I thought I would let you know.

--Alex. 13:46, 16 August 2007 (EDT)

Thanks for the Ives pieces!

Can't thank you enough!

celloguy 23:26, 12 August 2007

Pictures Bernard van Dieren and Arthur Foote

I was surprised by the very good quality of the Bernard van Dieren-picture though he died in 1936. Are you sure this is the right Bernard van Dieren? I'm aware of other internet-sites they used this picture, but I'm still wondering if this is the right one. But no doubt, I don't know a picture of him, either.

The same feeling I had looking at the picture of Arthur Foote. I think the man on 'your' picture is a Unitarian Minister with the same name, but a little bit younger: [1] Maybe the right Arthur Foote is this guy: [2] --I. de Zwarte 10:37, 15 July 2007 (EDT)

You're definitely right on the Arthur Foote picture, I've gone ahead & changed it to the other picture you linked to. As far as the Van Dieren, I also thought that it was an unusually clear picture for someone who died so long ago. However, since many sites seem to be using it as his picture I don't think it hurts to leave it up for now. If you find any definitive evidence that it's not him or find a different picture of him that seems more likely to actually be him, feel free to go ahead and change it.Mcroskell 11:14, 15 July 2007 (EDT)
Nice picture additions of the other composers you've done. It certainly adds a nice dimension to their pages! Keep up the good work! Daphnis 22:47, 26 July 2007 (EDT)
Well I've come to the end of composers that have pictures readily accessible through google searches. I think around 4/5 or so of composers should have a picture now. It would be nice if we could get one for every page but that may be an unreachable goal. It would be nice if there could be a page that would list the composers that don't have pictures linked on their composer page so it would be easily apparent who is missing. This could also be done for composition lists as well. After all if we're aiming to collect all the public domain sheet music in the world, there's no reason we couldn't try to have work lists and pictures for every composer as well!Mcroskell 23:03, 26 July 2007 (EDT)
The page listing composers without pictures is easy to do; I will do it when I add the picture to the composer template in a few days :) I'll see if I can ask Leonard to write a bot that moves the picture entry into the composer template itself for the current composers with pictures (should be fairly easy).
Also, thanks for all the work on IMSLP! :) --Feldmahler 13:36, 27 July 2007 (EDT)
Thanks Feldmahler, is there any way this could also be done for composition lists. I try to add a few a week, but it would make it much easier if I could see exactly who was missing them now that we have well over a hundred already done. Also, will these pages be able to be self updating so that anytime a new composer is added they appear on the list, and are removed once a picture or composition list is added to their page. Mcroskell 21:37, 27 July 2007 (EDT)
As long as the composition list is part of the composer template this would be very easy. And I think using categories would be as effective as having an actual page, plus we get to use existing functions instead of reinventing the wheel :) The only downside is that you will have to manually purge the cache by adding "&action=purge" to the URL of the (list, not composer) category (or wait 3 days for the cache to automatically purge); otherwise it should work nicely.
In any case, I've prepared for nearly a month of coding in August, so this should be fixed very soon. :) Along with many other feature requests. --Feldmahler 22:03, 27 July 2007 (EDT)

Cesar Cui: Opus 40

thanks thanks THANKS for upload. I live in the house and the park where Cui composed these pieces and will have them performed at my upcoming 50th birthday. (Looking for good pianist...) regards, Peter

No problem, glad there's other people out there with an interest in Cui's music. I picked up a CD with his Op.64 preludes on it a while back and really liked them. I imagine I'll get around to learning a few someday. Happy 50th (I'm only halfway there myself).Mcroskell 00:23, 19 July 2007 (EDT)


Do the MIT collection also consist of Grieg scores? Would be nice !?Abra

I'm actually doing the G's right now, so I should be getting to Grieg within the next few days. Hopefully it will have some of the scores we are currently missing.Mcroskell 21:34, 26 July 2007 (EDT)

Would be nice , you make an enormous work here -it seems that you are living inside a music library :)Abra

great site

Great site. Is there a way to contact members privately?

Is there a section where one can post requests, or wants, so that kind uploaders such as Mcroskell can prioritise what they upload, if they have a large collection.

Hi Emj999, you can contact members privately by sending them a Private message or email through the forums. I'm not sure if there's a way to do it through the main site though. As far as posting requests, visit the Wishlist (it can be accessed through the contributor portal) and you can add anything you'd like to see posted. Currently I'm finishing up the last of the MIT project composers, but once I'm done I plan to take a look at the wishlist & see what requests I'm able to fill. Also, don't forget to sign your messages on the user talk pages with four ~, so that your signature will appear at the end of the message.

Thanks. How do I send a Private Message? I really don't know how to use this site very well! I have added a few pieces to the "Wishlist" - thanks for pointing that out to me. If you can search an individual user's wishlist, please tell me how! I have lots of rare scores myself, but I don't know how to post them. One of the scores I added to the wishlist, I have actually just now found. It contains a logo stamped on it. I don't know how to remove tihs from a PDF file. Am happy to e-mail the file to anyone who knows how to do it, for upload. [It's Rubinstein's so-called "Etude on false notes" (1868), which has no opus number.]

Please feel free to contact me through the Private message method, if you can see my e-mail address.

There is also another user I can help, who is searching for Liszt scores, but I don't know how to make contact. Emj999 01:57, 29 July 2007 (EDT)

To send people a PM or email through the forums, just click on the forums link on the left side of the screen. Once there you have to sign up for an account. Then just find a post by the person you want to send a message to (or search for their user name) and click the PM or Email icon at the bottom of their post to bring up the corresponding page.
As far as wish lists go, currently there are no individual wish list, just one large one for the entire community. If you need some help figuring out how to post scores just go to the Contributor Portal & read up on the section entitled "Contributing Music Scores." The whole process can be a bit confusing at first but once you've done a few it's a breeze.
If you don't have Adobe Acrobat, removing images or logos from PDF's can be kind of a hassle. I can do it for you if you'd like. Mcroskell 02:11, 29 July 2007 (EDT)

Thanks. I have tried to send you a private message. Don't know if I did it right. I don't have Adobe Acrobat. I have just the free reader. If you can contact me by e-mail, I can mail you the score. That's very kind of you to clean it, and then post it. I am sure we have a lot to discuss! Emj999 03:12, 29 July 2007 (EDT)

Transcription merging

Hi Mcroskell! Just a heads up that I've responded on my talk page :) Sorry for the late response; I was away. --Feldmahler 00:19, 3 August 2007 (EDT)

Grieg stuff

By the way If you are interested:

  • 1.
  • 2.Lytt til Griegs musikk
  • 3. Manus

A lot of Grieg manuscripts scanned in The EG 106 is taken from here. Very interesting to study! Most of the rest is in universitetsbiblioteket in Oslo, but not digitalized! --Abra 20:52, 7 August 2007 (EDT)

US server upload

Hi Mcroskell! The US server upload works again :) I'll process the uploaded files probably later tonight. --Feldmahler 22:56, 12 August 2007 (EDT)

Bach: Concerto BWV 1056

Hi Mcroskell, It looks like you've duplicated a file we already have (under the general Concerti page) of the 2-piano arrangement by Roisman and Nathanson pub. by Muzgiz. Is this a better scan - or is it the exact same file? It looks the the same one to me, but I'm not absolutely sure and wanted to check w/you.

Thanks, Carolus 23:12, 17 August 2007 (EDT)

Hey Carolus, yeah I guess that would be the same scan, you can go ahead & delete it. I just went and looked at the composition list and saw that piece wasn't linked so I didn't realize it was already uploaded. Sorry for the confusion. Also, I've noticed several times that you've deleted pieces because they contain a CDSM or everynote logo (the most recent being the elgar concerto & dvorak piano trio). Since that's all that is wrong with the files couldn't someone just edit out the offending graphic and reupload the file rather than delete the whole thing. The person who uploaded it may not be able to edit pdf's and thus deleting it means it won't be reuploaded. Anyway, I would be happy to do this anytime since it only takes a minute or two and that way we can still avoid copyright infringement and keep the file up as well.Mcroskell 23:19, 17 August 2007 (EDT)

Hi, Mcroskell. It would be great if you can easily get rid of the logos, etc. I really didn't like having to delete those - but the poster is often an unregistered user who left no address, etc. If you're willing to fix the items with offending logos, I'll just drop you a note and leave it in place with under copyright review status - thanks. About the Soviet pubs. with the "K" (usually it's C. #### K.): Sovietskii Kompozitor was a division that tended to specialize in original works of Soviet composers, though it did publish arrangements and transcriptions as well. My general rule for dealing with Soviet stuff is that editions of past composers like Tchaikovsky, etc. are fair game, while arrangements, transcriptions, and (especially) original works (of more recent composers like Miaskovsky, etc.) have to be reviewed much more carefully. The big series of NIEs for Soviet-era works that was filed by Schirmer did not nclude any for editions. It consisted mainly of claims for original works, with a few transcriptions and arrangements thrown in. BTW, thanks for being so good about including the publication info. It really makes the reviewing and verification job much easier. Carolus 16:09, 20 August 2007 (EDT)

Heller files


Sorry about the Heller files. I didn't know they belonged to larger collections of pieces. I will try and find more info about each individual pieces and place them in their respective categories. I am no big fan of Heller anyway, so I wouldn't know where these pieces belonged anyway.

Take care! ~ jujimufu 20:15, 22 August 2007 (EDT)

CDSM cleanups

Hi again, Mcroskell!

Here's the start of a list of offending titles that have CDSM, Everynote, or Elibron logos. Looks like Arturo and Ras1 are also interested in doing this, which is really great. I won't have to zap them. Thanks, Carolus 23:28, 22 August 2007 (EDT)

24 Piano Studies for the Left Hand, Op.718 (Czerny, Carl) - CDSM
Duetts for Violas (Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann) - ZJTC Music. Appears to be a reprint of an older edition.
Canzona, Op.55 (Bruch, Max) - Elibron
Piano Concerto No.26, K.537 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus) - (2 piano red.) The Paul Badura-Skoda candenzas (pp. 55-57) need to be eliminated
Piano Concerto No.27, K.595 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus) - another Badura-Skoda cadenza (last page) has to go
Cello Concerto No.1 (Bach, Johann Sebastian) - EveryNote, It's woefully mis-identified anyway. Not sure what the BWV is.

Hey Carolus, I'm getting started editing these files. Do you know how long it takes before the new version shows up. Looking at the file page for the Czerny piece, you can see that I've uploaded the new file which is now smaller do to parts being cropped out. However, when you click on the file the old version still shows up. Also, is the best way to do this to go to the file page and hit upload a new version of this file and then save as the same name, thus overwriting the old file?

Hi, I think the method you describe is the one that's supposed to work. Also, the copyright status tag was changed, so I could tell you had uploaded a new version of the file. You might want to double check with Feldmahler just to be sure, since he's the real technical expert when it comes to knowing excatly how you should upload items, etc. It could be one of those things that requires the "parser" to go through its routine in order to actually show up as the new file when you click on the link. Cheers, Carolus 01:10, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

Ok, they've all been reuploaded. Hope I did everything OK. For the Bruch file, the & in the filename was causing an error when trying to get to the image file page, so I just reuploaded a new version (sans elibron) without an & in the filename to the workpage and the old file and info can be deleted from it.Mcroskell 01:27, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

Nice job! I've fixed the Bruch page and it appears to be fine now. Here's the start of the next list. Carolus 03:11, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

Viola concerto BWV 1053 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)- ZJTC Music. Appears to be a reprint of an older edition. Done

Here's an Elibron, uploaded by our newbie (botton one): Cello Sonata, Op.19 (Rachmaninoff, Sergei) Done

Here's another one of those (Japanese?) ZJTC items: Viola Concerto in G major (Telemann, Georg Philipp) Done

Another EveryNote item: Seasons, Op.37a (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich) (cello arr. at bottom). Thanks. Done

You're the fastest cleanup in the west! Here's another: Cello Concerto in C Major, RV 398 (Vivaldi, Antonio) Done

Balakirew composition list

Dear Mcroskell, a little thing concerning the composition list: there are lots of German expressions. Should I translate them? Some works might have been published under German titles by (probably German) publishers...but I really have no idea. Maybe english is more comprehensible. I just wanted to ask you before doing it. Hobbypianist 15:33, 3 September 2007 (EDT)

Yes absolutely, the only sites where I could find a comprehensive list of works were both in German. I put the pages into google translate but that only helped somewhat. For pieces with actual descriptive titles, I figured it was better to have a correct German one than a garbled English translation for the time being. But it would be great if you could translate them. If you don't mind and have the time, you might also take a look at the Glinka composition list as the same issue arises there. Thanks a ton.Mcroskell 15:48, 3 September 2007 (EDT)
yes, of course, I'll look after Glinka's composition list, too. Balakirev's is finished much as I could translate. Feel free to correct it in case it sounds weird ;-) Hobbypianist 15:26, 4 September 2007 (EDT)

Schubert Symphonies for solo piano

Just wanted to thank you for your postings- just what I always wanted! Have the 8th and 9th but always wanted the earlier ones.

Could you help? I've opened no.2 without any hassle, but no.1 stubbornly refuses to open- any suggestions? Cheers

Mattalban 17:00, 3 September 2007 (EDT)

I don't know what to tell you, I just saved it to my computer & it opened up just fine. If it still refuses to work for you let me know and I guess I can email you a copy.Mcroskell 17:04, 3 September 2007 (EDT)

Heller sonata 4

Thank you for posting this - I have the recording on ENS/CNR by Sergio Marengoni, and first read of the work (and probably of the composer too) back in 1988 or so in W. Newman's Sonata since Beethoven. Eric 08:26, 10 September 2007 (EDT)


Hi Mcroskell! As Peter brought up on the forums, IMSLP currently needs more admins to help out, and I was wondering if you would be willing to be an admin. You've been contributing to IMSLP for a long time, so you should be quite fit for the job :) --Feldmahler 03:18, 11 September 2007 (EDT)

Hi Feldmahler, I'd be happy to help out by being an Admin. I'll go ahead & reply on the forum topic.Mcroskell 10:50, 11 September 2007 (EDT)

Welcome to Adminship

I don't think much needs to be said :) Guidelines for admins can be found here... if you have more questions feel free to ask me! Good luck! --Feldmahler 11:07, 11 September 2007 (EDT)

Godowsky revised editions

Hi, take it easy with these Godowsky revised edition. after all, they are just editorial works and it might be better to put godowsky as an editor instead of in the file description. --Funper talk 16:14, 15 September 2007 (EDT)

Well, there's no need for me to "take it easy" as there are no more forthcoming as I posted all of them that were from the MIT project! I debated about exactly what would be the best way to post them for a while at the time. Most of them also appear with Godowsky listed as editor on the actual piece page of whatever composer wrote the actual piece (ex. see here). However, since Godowsky was quite famous for his transcriptions & insights into other works I thought people might want to have an easier way to find all of them together at once. Ideally, the best way to do this would have been just to create one entry on his page and label it Revised Editions and have all of them located there, however it would probably create to large of page and that is why I did it the way I did. If you have any suggestions on what would be better, feel free to let me know.Mcroskell 21:03, 18 September 2007 (EDT)

elgar worklist


what is your source for the Elgar worklist ? There are some works i didn`t knew about and hopefully i can lay my hands on them trough your source.

Best regards

Tom Edskes

If I remember correctly, I believe I used 2 different web sources. Have a look here & here. Hope this helps.Mcroskell 20:55, 18 September 2007 (EDT)

Thank you !

Alkan Impromptu

I downloaded Alkan's Impropmtu sur le choral de Luther a while ago.

In playing my way through it, I discovered that a page is missing in my copy.

I just re-checked the item on your website:

and indeed the page is missing from the file.

Missing is page 23; The file runs directly from page 22 to page 24.

Is there some way to reinstate this page to th file, or else provide me with a copy of it?


H. Edwin Godshall, Jr.

Sorry, I hadn't noticed the edition I had was missing this page. I would say to make a note of it on the pieces main article page and hopefully someone else can provide a full copy.Mcroskell 20:57, 18 September 2007 (EDT)

Le Martyre de San Sebastian

Mcroskell, thanks for uploading the piano reduction. I've been looking for this piece for a long time!! cheers nachoBA

Viola Sonata (Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich)

Apparently not first published until 1935 and probably a copyright issue in some domains. PD probably not verifiable, given that? Eric 20:32, 13 October 2007 (EDT)

Actually, it is PD in Canada, US and EU. Canada only protects posthumous publication for 50 years, US does not protect posthumous publication (as of 2003), and EU also generally does not protect posthumous publication. --Feldmahler 20:38, 13 October 2007 (EDT)

My mistake- thank you. (Is it kosher perhaps to change the tag of Syrinx (Debussy, Claude) for the same reason?) Eric 20:54, 13 October 2007 (EDT)

Can't access

Hey. I can't seem to access the No.7 - Ständchen 'Leise flehen' file which you'd uploaded last year. I really need it urgently and I'm wondering if you could help e-mail me the file or allow me to download it in any way possible. Thank you so much for your help. My e-mail is

Regards Edward3600 11:18, 2 July 2008 (EDT)

I'm not sure how fast Mcroskell is in checking his page, but since I'm watching it also, I'll be glad to email you the file. You probably couldn't download it because its copyright status hasn't been ascertained for the U.S. and E.U. but it is certainly public domain. Daphnis 12:41, 2 July 2008 (EDT)

I've been looking all over for the Berg op. 2, thanks so much for no.1. Would you by any chance have the other 3 songs to upload? Stevemc90 (


Hey Mcroskell, nice to have you back!--Peter talk 05:15, 9 July 2008 (EDT)

Welcome back!! Great to see you in these climes again! Carolus 13:18, 9 July 2008 (EDT)

Hey guys, thanks for the warm welcome back. Good to see the site back up and running again. Don't have quite the time right now to contribute as much as I used to but will still try and put up a few scores a week. I have quite a backlog of stuff to be scanned that Mr. Cook sent me before the site went down last year. I also haven't forgotten about the scores you sent me as well Carolus; I will get those scanned and uploaded eventually too!


Dear Friend, can you add more piano Sonatas by August Gottfried Ritter? I will be very glad. Thank you! Gerea 22:06, 11 July 2008 (EDT)

Liadov's scores

Dear Mr.Mcroskell, Firstly.thanks for your uploading scores!But I want to ask you,why can't I download Liadov's scores? Looking forwards to your precious answer!

I assume that you reached the file blocked error page? --Feldmahler 23:54, 16 July 2008 (EDT)

Actually, there are quite a few of these that are unreviewed. I glanced at a couple and they appear to have been scanned from a reprint of the Soviet complete keyboard works (reprinted by Kalmus/Alfred) that was apparently issed by Konemann in the early 90s. From what I could tell, the only thing Konemann did was to add measure numbers at the start of each system. Carolus 02:04, 17 July 2008 (EDT)

I reached the file blocked error page,would you have any good ideas to download them,please point it out for me,thank you!

Hello! Exuse for my request. I cannot download this file: There is now file there. Please, help me, I am very interested in this file. Thank you. Best regards.

Schumann-Tausig-Godowsky Contrabandista

Dear Mcroskell,

most of the other APS scores have a written introduction from Godowsky with them, outlining the specific difficulties, details of interpretation etc.

Your information about the score says "10 pages", so I assume that you may have the full score including the introduction, however the file which can be downloaded has only 6 pages and no introduction.

Would it be possible to supply the full score including the introduction, these notes are often extremely helpful !

Best regards, --Chamberpianist 06:13, 21 August 2008 (EDT)

Dussek Sonatas

Thanks for your postings... I have the MAB volumes 1, 3, and 4... but am missing the out of print no. 2 of his sonatas.

You've posted most of the volume 2 sonatas, which is great, but by chance do you have the remaining:

Sonata No. 13 Op. 35, No. 3 in C minor

Sonata No. 15 Op. 39, No. 2 in C major

Sonata No. 16 Op. 39, No. 3 in Bb major

The No. 13 is posted there, but not Musica Antiqua Bohemica edition.

Havergal Brian, Complete Music for Piano Solo

Hello Mcroskell! The previous discussion went something like this:

Me: As I'm a bit of a Brian nut (I recently uploaded the sole pre-1923 score to be found here), may I enquire which work was in the MIT archive? Regards, Philip Legge @ © Φ 19:35, 9 September 2007 (EDT)

Hi there, the score is an edition of his complete piano works. I can e-mail it to you if you don't already have it & would like to add it to your collection. Let me know.Mcroskell 19:48, 9 September 2007 (EDT)
No need, I have the same volume :-) It was worth asking anyway! PML talk 22:28, 9 September 2007 (EDT)

So that was history: here’s take two on Brianic matters. I've sent off an e-mail to the Havergal Brian Society to ask permission for (at least) two of the pieces from this volume of solo piano music to be hosted here. Do you still have access to the volume from the MIT Archive? If you do, would you mind uploading the entire set of PDFs to the FTP server that Feldmahler has set up? It would save a bit of time for me if the permission is given, since I don’t have ready access to a scanner. Regards, Philip Legge @ © talk 02:30, 18 December 2008 (EST)

Page protection

After the latest vandalism spree I decided to preemptively change the protection level of all sysops' user and talk pages (including yours). The pages can still be edited by every user as before, but only sysops are now able to rename the page using the "move" button. --Leonard Vertighel 07:29, 22 February 2009 (EST)

List of compositions St. Heller

Dear Mcroskell, I approciate your list. I collect several materials and put it to Talk:List of compositions by Stephen Heller. I think it would be fine to figure out the original title (will be mostly not english) and the date of composition or the year of the first printing. I would like to ask you, which is the source of your opus list (due to the fact, that several opus numbers are used by different publishers for different works. Looking foreward, Yours --Konrad Stein 16:44, 23 April 2009 (EDT)

Since you're into Alkan...

You scanned Sonate de Concert, Op.47, which is great. But where's the cello part? It would help a lot if you could add that. I have a general beef with scanners who don't include parts. It may be that the parts are often not available. Thanks in advance, hoping that will be able to scan this.

Piattidozen 17:47, 11 November 2009 (UTC)

Schubert Violin Sonatas op. 137

Hi! I tried to get to the Schubert Violin Sonatas op. 137 that you submitted. I'm getting an error saying they have not been officially submitted. Could you take a look? Thanks!

Right now, there seem to be a lot of people getting this error, for all files on the site - so I don't think it's anything to do with the file itself. KGill talk email 22:07, 1 July 2010 (UTC)

Dussek op. 44

Could you please add page 26 (it's missing!) My favorite so far of Dussek's sonatas.

Serenades, Op.9 (Novák, Vítězslav)

The work you uploaded to this page is not even a piano reduction of the serenade for small orchestra in F major opus 9, despite having the same opus number - the keys, tempo indications and even the length (9 pages for a 40-minute piece) are all wrong... Eric 19:41, 10 March 2011 (UTC)

Voluntary demotion

Hi Mcroskell,
As per your message of consent to NLewis/Lndlewis10, you have now been made a regular user again. If you wish to resume activity on IMSLP at any point in the future, you can ask one of the bureaucrats to give you your rights back; since you've already earned them, there will be no problem with restoring them should you wish to use them again.
Best wishes, KGill talk email 03:39, 30 June 2011 (UTC)