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In 1954 an assemblage on of six organ chorals by Charles Koechlin from as many different opera was issued under the title ''Six chorals pour les cérémonies funèbres'' by Procure du Clergé, selected and annotated by Guy Lambert (d. 1971). I have a 2001 reprint by Masters that I'd be willing to scan if allowed on IMSLP. If so, would it be best place each piece on a separate page under its own opus number? These are short pieces of one to four pages each. The Masters reprint seems to have no actual annotations by Lambert, but would the collection itself (and/or its title) be a problem? Other issues? Thanks.
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Yes, I think that's the safest procedure. Since Lambert died in 1971, his collection - which might be deemed original in nature (though I rather doubt it's very original in any creative sense) - would be protected for his lifetime plus 50 years.
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