Downloading it now.
One thing I'm curious about, is the icon. What does it represent?
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- Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:32 pm
- Forum: Mobile Apps
- Topic: Padrucci: The iPad app for IMSLP
- Replies: 27
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However, this is one other reason I would be delighted to see the code released in an open license - it would allow people who do have the time and energy to do such projects to come along and play with the code to do their thing and contribute to the total project. The principle of open source, an...
- Sat May 29, 2010 2:34 pm
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: PROPOSAL FOR ARTS MAGAZINE PROJECT
- Replies: 0
- Views: 2748
Please register interest here ! PDF or proposal here . This is a brief initial proposal for a Magazine/Gazette/Journal/etc. relating to the fine arts and the arts in general. I am looking for initial interest not contributors or contributions. However, anyone who merely wishes to register interest ...
You will always get attributed. You can either: Allow commercial use or not. Allow modifications of the recording (mixes etc.) or not. If you are worried at all, I suggest going with the most strict license: BY-NC-ND BY = By attribution (standard on all licenses) NC = Non-Commercial ND = No derivati...
- Thu May 20, 2010 6:51 am
- Forum: IMSLP Announcements
- Topic: IMSLP only for classic or also for new piano scores?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1797
And, indeed, a large amount of non-classical music is not notated.
This is a call for pianists and other musicians of any discipline (Classical, Jazz etc.) t o perform and record a selection of small pieces originally for solo piano. The Set of Bagatelles are small piano pieces grouped into volumes of forty (when applicable); updated when new bagatelles are created...
He just took older music and stamped his own originality on to it. I fail to see the difference here to what ever other composer in history has done (to varying degrees of course). If that isn't original, then originality is a farce. Bach to Stravinsky - - You can easily compare compositional trait...
- Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:35 pm
- Forum: Music Related
- Topic: Music? Composer? Orchestration or Composion?
- Replies: 27
- Views: 13045
Indeed. As time goes on, I continue to find it odd that people think the 20th century was this desolate time of all 'classical' music being noisy claptrap, when there's a laundry list of composers who have enjoyed great popularity, wrote mostly if not completely tonal and populist music, who lived ...