User talk:Gaudeamus

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Thank you very much for your scores

Hi there. Thanks very much for all your recent scores - there's so many! Your method for score submission is almost perfect; may I make a few small requests? 1) When you are adding a new edition to a score page which already contains one or more editions, please place them in reverse chronological order, so that the edition added most recently is at the top and the oldest edition is at the bottom. 2) Please could you include internal links to CPDL pages rather than links to Wikipedia articles? I have corrected both of these points on one of your latest submissions, Meine Seele erhebt den Herren, SWV 426 (Heinrich Schütz). If you have any questions, please leave your reply here (I will be watching the page and will notice). Again, thank you for your editions! Regards --Bobnotts talk 03:14, 26 October 2007 (PDT)

Hellow, Bobnotts! Thaks for your improvements in my scores and for your advices! I profit my "hollydays" (a littel problem in my knee) to poste some scores. Two questions:
a) I have produced a littel text (in Spanish) with the instruction to post files in CPDL for "advanced informatics users". May I published it somewhere ?
b) I would like publish "Three isabelins songs" by Vaughan Williams (dead 1958)but I d´ont know if there is a copyryghted work (there are some other scores on CPDL)
My english is horrible! Please, correct it if necessary!
Best regards, --Maria Jesus Luelmo talk
Hi Maria. Replies to your questions:
a) A translation of the score submission guide would be most welcome. Please click on the following link: Help:Score submission guide (Spanish) then paste the text of your translation into the window. When you have done this, I will provide a link from the English page and sort out any formatting issues.
b) Vaughan Williams's works are definitely copyright in Europe but some of his works are public domain in the USA (where the CPDL server is located). I don't know a lot about copyright law in the USA so I recommend that you read this help page and if you're still not sure, post a message on the forums and someone will get back to you. --Bobnotts talk 10:32, 1 November 2007 (PDT)