User talk:Crys Armbrust
Hello Mr Armbrust, welcome to CPDL! Thanks for uploading your works; please notice that in order to properly create individual pages for your compositions, you're required to fill in the form: Add work for each of them. Best regards, —Carlos (talk) 04:11, 8 August 2013 (UTC)
Adding MP3 files
I am VERY new to this, and have attempted to insert code for MP3 of Armbrust-Corpus Chris Antiphon. I hope that I have done this correctly by slicing out only the code for the MP3 file and inserting. I did NOT desire to change any code for the PDF file.
- Thank you very much for your contributions to CPDL. You did it the right way. Just remember to add links to the same files on each work page as you did on the composer's page (a cut and paste operation should suffice). Claude (talk) 15:04, 24 August 2013 (UTC)
I note that you refer to William Hogarth as a 17th century caricaturist. Is this another William Hogarth, or the one (rather more than a caricaturist, admittedly) whose dates are 1697 - 1764? Although he lived for 3 years of the 1600s, and 4 years of the 17th century, is it not overpedantic to categorise him in that century in which his artistic output was negligible?
Beauty and the Beast - clarifying copyright status
Hi Crys. Regarding your arrangement of Vittorio Giannini's work, it seems to be still under copyright . Could you please inform us whether you've got an authorization from the copyright owner(s) to publish this derivative work? Otherwise we may have to remove it from the site. Thanks for your understanding. —Carlos (talk) 11:54, 2 September 2013 (UTC)