|Subject:||Re: Haydn Symphony No. 13 - Lilypond sources|
|Date:||Mon, 2 Apr 2018 06:30:06 -0700|
thanks for checking! I'm sorry, the link I gave was to the symphony's main page (where you found the full score), not the tab containing the Lilypond-made parts (I didn't know one could give this as a direct link):Lukas
Am 01.04.2018 um 20:41 schrieb Mark Stephen Mrotek:
Looking at the site I saw that the PDF had been scanned. The score does not appear, at least to me, to have been set with Lilypond.
probably this is a very stupid question (the answer being "obviously not"), but I'll try my luck nevertheless:
Petrucci library holds complete parts for Haydn's 13th symphony, typeset by user ViolonisteAmateur using Lilypond 2.10.33 back in 2009, under CC BY 3.0.
Unfortunately, there are quite a few slight errors in these parts (wrong notes etc.); obviously the way to go and benefit humanity ;-) would be to correct the files and re-upload them.
Again unfortunately, the uploader did not supply Lilypond source files.
So: Is there any way one could obtain the sources? Since I'm quite certain there is no "technical" way of extracting/reconstructing the source, the question probably should read: Does anybody happen to know the uploader or have an idea how (s)he could be contacted? (I already tried IMSLP's user talk page, but no answer so far.)
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