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Re: Re:Why do Lilyond Engravers have inhibitions to store their score in
Re: Re:Why do Lilyond Engravers have inhibitions to store their score in Mutopia?
Fri, 17 Apr 2009 03:46:29 +0200
Am Donnerstag, den 16.04.2009, 07:56 -0500 schrieb address@hidden:
> > - Why do Lilyond Engravers have inhibitions to store their score in Mutopia?
> > - Are there any hidden fences which I am not able to see?
> > - Are the copyright-restrictions the reason for keeping scores hidden?
> > - Is Mutopia not worth contributing?
> > - Why is Mutopia not the official music code repository for Lilypond?
> > - Or am I misleaded?
> The guy Chris who accepts submissions has a good eye for what will
> work under copyright law.
> For example, just last month for an upcoming recital I used Lilypond
> to edit together this Haydn Divertimento for clarinets and horns whose
> parts are in C in both the published and urtext editions. Just to be a
> nice guy and share my work with the world, I sent this music (composed
> by a guy who died 200 years ago next month) to Mutopia. Unfortunately
> citing "urtext" as my source failed because the edition wasn't old
> enough. I wouldn't know where to begin to find a suitably old edition
> to cite it; any of you musicologists out there have any advice?