Talk:Tant que vivray (Claudin de Sermisy)
There are two score errors in Brian Russell's edition:
- Tenor, bar 2, note 2 must be D.
- Bass, bar 7, note 2 must be B flat.
I've fixed them, but I don't know what to do with the fixes. It seems wrong to assign a new CPDL number to them, but I don't know how to upload the files in any other way. What is customary policy? Brian can't make the corrections. Rp (talk) 13:51, 13 October 2014 (UTC)
- Hello Reinier, thank you for taking the time to correct those errors. The pdf score of this edition can be found at File:042.pdf. Clicking on the previous filename, you'll be taken to another page with an option "Upload a new version of this file". Follow that link and you will overwrite Brian's version with yours; nothing else is required from your part. The files 042.mid and 042.nwc are kept on a different file repository and cannot be overwritten from this wiki. If you wish to upload corrected versions of them, too, please use different filenames, such as File:042-corrected.mid and File:042-corrected.nwc (click on these names to upload each file). Best regards, —Carlos 20:15, 13 October 2014 (UTC)
- Thank you. After some thought, I just uploaded them as File:042.nwc and File:042.mid, and on the page, replaced the originals with a reference to them. Rp (talk) 18:33, 16 October 2014 (UTC)
On the text of this song
There seems to be some discrepancies with regards to the text in different editions of this song, even when ignoring the differences in the spelling of early/modern French.
1st verse, 2nd line: le dieu (as in the text written below), or le roi
1st verse, 3rd line: en faict, et dictz, or en fais, en dits (with the different spelling, it would probably be pronounced differently for early French?)
1st verse, 5th line: mais apres dueil, or et puis apres or et apres dueil
1st verse, 10th line: mon cueur est sien, or le mien est sien