User talk:Pablopart

Requiem, Op.22

Dear Pablo, It might be a good idea to combine the parts into single files for the entire work, rather than spitting them into 14 different movements. The page for this work is already getting very long - rivaling the one for Handel's Messiah, which has several different editions. If you look at the pages for large works for chorus and orchestra, like that for the Mozart Requiem, K.626, you can get an idea of how things should be set up to make things easier for those who might wish to download and perform your work. Thanks, Carolus 21:38, 28 December 2009 (UTC) (IMSLP Admin)

Hi Pablo, I have to agree with Carolus, no one wants to have to download over 200 files just to obtain the parts, though it would be more useful for players to have parts grouped by instrument, rather than by movement (and more typical of other works with orchestral parts here at IMSLP). You also might want to upload revisions of the Full Score, and movement 14, Lux aeterna (not "aeternam" in my Missal!), as the page scaling you have in effect loses most of the strings off the bottom margin of the page. The rest of the full scores are fine. You don't need to use the "Add files to this page" - use the links to the scores already uploaded and click on "Upload a new version of this file". Regards, Philip Legge @ © talk 22:29, 29 December 2009 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright team)
Hi Pablo,
rather than have you edit the files for 200 pages with the {{Delete}} tag, do you want to list here which files (by IMSLP#) should go?
e.g. IMSLP #50329–50340, 50343–50349 (Requiem aeternam parts); 50363–50374, 50377–50383 (Kyrie parts); 50385–50395, 50398–50407 (Dies irae parts); 50553–50563, 50566–50571 (Tuba mirum parts); 50600–50610, 50613–50619, 50631–50632 (Rex tremendae parts); 50960–50966, 50968–50974 (Recordare parts); 50978–50988, 50991–51000 (Confutatis parts); 51239 (Lacrimosa parts - duplicate of 51303?); 51266 (Domine Jesu - earlier revision of 51307?)
Cheers, Philip Legge @ © talk 11:54, 30 December 2009 (UTC)