Collecting Carl Czerny

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

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arglmann wrote:Hello everyone,
I'm searching for op. 200 of Mr Czerny:
"Systematische Anleitung zum Fantasieren auf dem Pianoforte".
I know, of course BSB has it, and I will go there october 17,
but if anyone already scanned it and could post it,
it would be great and really appreciated!
In return I would post it here (if the copiyng costs are not what I fear :-) )

Thanks in advance,
Arglmann
Czerny Op.200 Anleitung zum Fantasieren auf dem Pianoforte.pdf
Here you are, it is a fascinating book, which I am pleased to say is my scan.
regards
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Wow! Thank you.
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HullandHellandHalifax wrote:
arglmann wrote:Hello everyone,
I'm searching for op. 200 of Mr Czerny:
"Systematische Anleitung zum Fantasieren auf dem Pianoforte".
I know, of course BSB has it, and I will go there october 17,
but if anyone already scanned it and could post it,
it would be great and really appreciated!
In return I would post it here (if the copiyng costs are not what I fear :-) )

Thanks in advance,
Arglmann
Czerny Op.200 Anleitung zum Fantasieren auf dem Pianoforte.pdf
Here you are, it is a fascinating book, which I am pleased to say is my scan.
regards
Brian
Dear Brian,
thank you very much for that scan!
I appreciate your hard work!

Alexander (Arglmann)
Listen, die die Welt bedeuten.
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Just found Czerny
"Complete theoretical and practical piano forte school : from the first rudiments of playing to the highest and most refined state of cultivation with the requisite numerous examples newly and expressly composed for the occasion, opera 500 (1839)" online at archive.org, courtesy of Boston public LIbrary.
It was discussed and partially distributed earlier on this thread.. but this is the FULL book in English here
Link below [ 3 volumes]
it is the first time i see this book in full at all....paper or pdf
Enjoy
JF
http://www.archive.org/details/completetheoreti01czer
http://www.archive.org/details/completetheoreti02czer
http://www.archive.org/details/completetheoreti03czer

ps if someone know how to do it this could be uploaded to imslp as well
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JeffL wrote:ps if someone know how to do it this could be uploaded to imslp as well
No, that must not be done. The scan is the property of the library even though it is public domain.

Having said that though, thank you for the link. Quite marvellous stuff. All I need now is a new student...

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JeffL wrote:Just found Czerny
"Complete theoretical and practical piano forte school : from the first rudiments of playing to the highest and most refined state of cultivation with the requisite numerous examples newly and expressly composed for the occasion, opera 500 (1839)" online at archive.org, courtesy of Boston public LIbrary.
It was discussed and partially distributed earlier on this thread.. but this is the FULL book in English here
Link below [ 3 volumes]
it is the first time i see this book in full at all....paper or pdf
Enjoy
This is absolutely fascinating!! Thank you so much.
I would love to see this get re-published.
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fredbucket wrote: ....No, that must not be done. The scan is the property of the library even though it is public domain.
I dont really care but I should say that I am at loss here...
why Boston Public library will want to restrain the spreading and referencing of the files AFTER it has paid for its digitization and released it into the wild with NO economic expectation...?

I found this file by chance and think that a proper referencing will give it a broader access....

just my 2 cts there

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JeffL wrote:
fredbucket wrote: ....No, that must not be done. The scan is the property of the library even though it is public domain.
I dont really care but I should say that I am at loss here...
why Boston Public library will want to restrain the spreading and referencing of the files AFTER it has paid for its digitization and released it into the wild with NO economic expectation...?
If they choose to mirror their files on say IMSLP, as do Sibley, then that is their decision and no-one else's. We have had instances on PP of people uploading NMS scans into IMSLP and not crediting or even mentioning the original scanner, many of whom are active on PP. It is not our role to spread files other than on PP, and to take someone else's scan and post it anywhere else without their permission I would regard as rude and inconsiderate of their work.

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Fred
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Thanks for the reply,
I understand better now..
JF
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My experience has been that asking university libraries about redistributing digitised sheet music often gets no reply at all.
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