User talk:Plante

Welcome on IMSLP. Please do not use all-caps titles. --Peter talk 14:56, 22 March 2009 (EDT)


Your upload

Dear Plante

You recently submitted a file to Suite violon et violoncelle opus 32 - prélude (PLANTE, Cyril). This is a work by a living composer, and is protected by copyright. The file will not be accessible and will be deleted soon unless you declare to be the composer, or you can provide written permission by the copyright owner to distribute this file on IMSLP. Please read Public Domain for more information about copyright on IMSLP. You can provide an answer here by clicking on "edit" on top of this page.

Thank you,
Best regards,
Peter talk 14:57, 22 March 2009 (EDT)

File names

please - take a moment to learn the details of IMSLP:Score submission guide/Manual of Style - it'll just take a few minutes of your time and it'll stop people from having to correct the names of every single one of your uploads for site consistency (and there is a reason - or five or six - why we believe in site consistency when it comes to titles of names of work pages, and why we move incorrectly named pages so that they meet the site criteria. Si l'Anglais n'est pas vôtre langue préféré, il n'y'a pas encore une version de cette page en Français (je crois que vôtre langue patrimoine est Français? je le parle un peu mais pas du tout bien... - obvieusement!) - mais on peut essayer de le traduire, ce guide/cet essai (Manual of Style) tant même.) Eric 18:07, 17 October 2010 (UTC)

Creative Commons Licenses, etc.

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Carolus 23:53, 11 June 2011 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

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your piano concerto no.1

Dear Mr. Plante: I added the orchestration to the instrumentation field, but although I downloaded the scores, I only had time to go through the first couple of pages. I hope I got it right, so when you get a minute, I would appreciate it if you could check what I did. Thanks, Steltz 07:58, 17 July 2011 (UTC)

Dear Steltz: I will check the instrumentation fields. Thanck you very much! Cyril PLANTE