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Reposting of Composer Catalogues

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« on: January 12, 2014, 05:12:21 pm »

I absolutely agree with you on this subject, Colin, but may I remember you that you planned to give credits to your sources yourself?  ;)

The lists as such are of great value to the music lover and often they are my first contact when looking for a composition date or a recording.
But from a musicologist viewpoint - I studied a few years in the 90s - they are not recommendable because you didn't credit your sources (such as Grove, wikipedia, composer's homepages or university catalogues).

Please don't misunderstand me: I do not want to attack you but so are the facts.
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