User talk:Larrykenny

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Permission to upload from Melinda O'Neal

Hi, Larry, and thanks for contributing your scores to CPDL. Do you have permission from Melinda O'Neal to upload her scores to CPDL, or are you co-editors? Her name is the only one mentioned as editor on one of the Berlioz scores. Thanks. -- Vaarky 02:39, 8 September 2009 (UTC)

Hi Vaarky (and Larry!), I believe these words by Melinda answer your questions above:
"Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) published individual songs and choruses throughout his life. The New Berlioz Edition edited by Hugh Macdonald, is the only location one may find many of his quite interesting and engaging choral works... unless, however, one finds a printed edition of his 33 Mélodies of 1864, which I have been fortunate to do. This summer Larry Kenny '11, through his expertise with Sibelius, is helping me load several individual songs unto Choral Public Domain Library (www.cpdl.org) so more folks may have access to some of these wonderful, little-known works. We're comparing the collected works with Berlioz's approved publication and have already found some variances." (source)
Regards, —Carlos Email.gif 03:34, 8 September 2009 (UTC)
Very cool, thanks! -- Vaarky 04:52, 8 September 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for retrieving that explanation; it is accurate. Happy to be contributing. Larrykenny 06:16, 8 September 2009 (UTC)