User talk:Skh1

Dear Skh1, Are you Stephen Henry, the editor of the Alberti score just posted, or do you have his written permission to post it here? Please let us know as soon as possible. We normally delete new editions or typesets posted by people other than the editor or typesetter after a couple of days. Thanks. Carolus 18:09, 23 November 2008 (EST) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)

Sirs: I am the editor of the 8 sontatas by Alberti. I am the author of all the front and back matter as well. Inexplicably, Alberti's works are not available in a modern edition at present. I based mine on a facsimile publication issued by Peacock Press, UK, 2006. This is the first time I have attempted to contribute to this site and I am not sure I am doing it correctly. Please note, the PDF file includes embedded MIDI files for each movement as well as "goto" links from the Table of Contents and the Thematic Index to the individual movements. If this file is in violation of your rules, please delete it. Yours, Stephen Henry

Dear Stephen, Thanks for the speedy reply. It looks like your addition is fine to me. We already have a few other PDFs here with embedded sound, so that's shouldn't be a problem. Since these are a new edition, we ask that you select a Creative Commons License as it's technically not possible to dedicate your work to the public domain in some countries. Also, we suggest you liost yourself as publisher. Please feel free to add links to your website as well. I'll now go to the page and tag accordingly. For now, I'll put these under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license, which is pretty close to being public domain in terms of lack of restriction. If you feel the need to change to something else later, that's not a problem. Thanks, Carolus 19:18, 23 November 2008 (EST)
OK, I see the mistake (and fixed it). Next time, use the "Add a file to this page" link after you create the work page. Really fine engraving job, and the MIDI is excellent as well. As you can see, I gave it a 10/10 rating (which I don't give out very often). Welcome addition - thanks! Carolus 19:48, 23 November 2008 (EST)