User talk:Peter Hilton

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Not _the_ Peter Hilton from Gregorian-L?

Thanks for Missa pro defunctis (Jacobus Clemens non Papa), and welcome to CPDL! I moved the page as you requested, and added the {{InclompleteEdition}} tag to categorize the page in Category:Incomplete editions (I hope only temporarily!). The other cleanup tag remains: which category did you wish to link to?

All the best, Richard Mix 18:29, 20 June 2012 (CDT)

Hi Peter, welcome from me too! I am the one who replied to your request on the forums. I understood that you were referring to the Peter Hilton editions category in your {{cleanup}} request, that's why I removed the tag. Regards, —Carlos Email.gif 18:50, 20 June 2012 (CDT)
Carlos, that’s correct. After following the score submission guide, it suggested that the only non-linked category would be the posting date, which is why I figured that ‘Peter Hilton editions’ had to added as a cleanup task. Peter Hilton 14:43, 21 June 2012 (CDT)
That's fine, Peter; thanks for having warned us of that. —Carlos Email.gif 15:31, 23 June 2012 (CDT)

Unfortunately…

… I don’t even know who they are; if anywhere, I’m only the Peter Hilton in a specific area of software development. Thanks for fixing my page, user account and user pages - I need to learn more about MediaWiki and its macros. I also didn't really understand what the new work/edition page was going to do in the case that my edition was only one movement and therefore had a different name to the whole work (it would have been easier to add the work without an edition before adding my edition).

Anyway, now that everything's fixed, I have some more scores to add…

Peter Hilton 14:43, 21 June 2012 (CDT)

Thanks!

Hi Peter, thank you so much for the wealth of new editions you've been posting recently of Carlo Gesualdo's works; he's one of my favorite madrigalists. Just to be on the safe side, have you sought authorization from the persons who provided the reconstructed parts in your editions? If they are aware of your using their work and agree with it, then all is fine. Best, —Carlos (talk) 02:24, 17 November 2013 (UTC)

Yes, it took a long time to get permission from all three composers, but we finally got that this year. Eight of them are completed by Theo Verbey, whose permission is at least until the end of 2014, but might end after that in which case I'll have to take those offline. Anyway, we’ve been performing these in the Netherlands since 2005, so it’s taken a while to get these scores out into the world and I’m glad we got there in the end. Peter Hilton 14:33, 17 November 2013 (CET)