User talk:Alonso del Arte

Dear Alonso,

Thank you for your lovely typesets and new editions! I recommend that you employ the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3.0 license for your work as we have experienced a situation whereby people are copying the files from this site and re-selling them commercially on E-bay. The simple "Attribution" license does not prohibit such commercial use. I realize that the upload window forces you to employ the present license for typesets and we are working on changing that. I already changed it to non-commercial for the Graupner symphony you just uploaded. Best Wishes, Carolus 02:02, 15 April 2010 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)


Les Danaïdes (Salieri, Antonio)

Thanks for the typesetting of this piece. Since you've gone to the trouble it'd be nice if there were also horn parts in D. Parts in the original pitch are easier to read when using natural horn (and also easier when using a modern horn in my opinion). Thanks. Horndude77 03:24, 21 August 2010 (UTC)

You might want to double check the second horn part. All of the grace notes that you have in the second horn part should only be in the first horn part. Those would be some pretty nasty jumps. There are also quite a few wrong notes at the 'Allegro assai' in this part (after B things look correct). Horndude77 03:41, 21 August 2010 (UTC)


tagged them without looking at either score, I say embarrassed - though I ought have done! Eric 22:28, 4 September 2010 (UTC)


Thanks for adding parts to the D minor march. Since all the files should technically be together (since it's the same publication) (i.e. with no publication separation), could you possibly fix that, and put them in score order? Changing it to "File Description 1", "File Description 2" etc, and then do that all the way to the end. Thanks, BKhon 23:54, 10 September 2010 (UTC)


Thanks for your contributions. Since standardization is crucial for to the success of IMSLP, it's generally discouraged to use instrumentation such as "0/2/0/2 2/2/0/0 timp. str. ", since many users aren't familiar with that type of short hand. Thanks, BKhon 23:46, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

Hi again. The correct format is actually to list the instrumentation. Since the format is intricate, I can't adequately describe it here. However, the perferred format for all general information is here. Thanks, BKhon 00:20, 30 September 2010 (UTC)

I was just wondering if they used tenor clef for horns in C in the Baroque?

Also, in your first violin part you have a crunched measure 3 after D in the allegro assai. Picardy Third 01:11, 7 October 2010 (UTC)

Thank you very much for pointing that out. I guess I got overconfident because I didn't have anywhere near the same page turn headaches for the strings as with Michael Haydn's music. (Though it helps that the piece is shorter).
In regards to your question, to my knowledge, in the Baroque period the tenor clef was never used for horns. The "corno in C-basso" was consistently written in treble clef, an octave up from actual pitch. The confusion arises because the "corno in C-alto" was also written in treble clef, at actual pitch, but composers would often just write "corni in C." As for me, in Finale I find the use of the tenor clef in concert pitch display to be a great timesaver. Alonso del Arte 22:30, 7 October 2010 (UTC)

Is it alright by you if I use your rondo rehearsal marks for my concerto? Picardy Third 01:15, 13 December 2010 (UTC)

Sure, go ahead, you already did. I would hate to make you have to redo twenty or so files. However, it looks like a lot of your files could use various cosmetic touch-ups. Alonso del Arte 18:02, 13 December 2010 (UTC)

Michael Haydn's Der büssende Sünder

Dear Alonso: I've changed the title, and added your very useful research comments at the bottom. Take a look. Steltz 09:05, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

Jena Symphony

Hello Alonso. I've moved it to Symphony No.14 in C major (Witt, Friedrich). Hope this is OK? — P.davydov 05:38, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

La Folia edit

Hello Alonso, why did you delete J.S. Bach's version from the Vocal section? Isn't it la folia? - Phidias 14:57, 19 November 2011 (UTC)

I screwed up that one. Alonso del Arte 18:19, 19 November 2011 (UTC)

Asplmayer Symphony in C major

I feel duty bound to support this venture, but the allegro vivace is way too fast for me! It's also hard to synchronize with the long silences in the maestoso (just temporarily add a note on each beat?). Great idea though - perhaps publicise it through the Journal?. Matesic 10:25, 15 December 2011 (UTC)

Replied at your talk page. Alonso del Arte 17:03, 15 December 2011 (UTC)
If I may peek in sort of - the journal referred to is probably the IMSLP Journal. Eric 19:24, 15 December 2011 (UTC)