Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

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Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by KDB135 » 25 Jan 2012 16:34

Am searching for the Charles Wood Evening Service in Emajor for Men's Voices. Is this work available in CPDL?...or will it be at some point?

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by carlos » 25 Jan 2012 17:08

Hi,

The composition you're looking for is available on CPDL. Just write Charles Wood in CPDL's search box and you will get to the composer's page. To go to CPDL's main page just click on the logo with a globe above.

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by Ken » 22 Feb 2012 03:12

Hey! Thanks for writing. When I go to "Composer pages" and pull up CHARLES WOOD, then go to the Evening service in E major, it gives me CPDL #11144 and CPDL #11151 in red and green lettering, but it says the "page does not exist"....how can this be?

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by KDB135 » 22 Feb 2012 15:22

Thank you for checking on this, and on checking about Peter G's site. I look forward to hearing from you when this issue is resolved and the Charles Wood "Evening Service in E for Men's Voices" is available.

KEN

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by CHGiffen » 23 Feb 2012 16:51

Links to Peter Gibson's editions (and his website) appear to be broken.
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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by vaarky » 24 Feb 2012 15:24

A member of the CPDL team has reached out to Peter Gibson to try to reach him and hopefully get this fixed.

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by PeterGibson » 03 Mar 2012 23:01

I have finally :oops: started the process of submitting files to the CPDL server, instead of having them hosted on my old (now defunct) website.
Assuming what I have done to CPDL #11300 (Batten Deliver us) has not brought the entire world wide web to its knees, I will continue the process over the next few days, then start on some works that have been sitting on my hard drive for more years than is right and proper :)

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by PeterGibson » 04 Mar 2012 15:34

Job done :)
Other works are following apace, subject to minor interruptions such as washing dishes :( and singing at Evensong :D

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by bobnotts » 04 Mar 2012 17:09

Great stuff, thanks for uploading the files to the CPDL server, Peter. Why not unzip them first, then upload the files, so opening them is easier for users?
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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by CHGiffen » 04 Mar 2012 19:12

Wow, thank you so much! This is great!
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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by PeterGibson » 04 Mar 2012 22:49

At the moment I am simply shifting the files that existed on my old site directly to the CPDL server, with only a change of file name in the process.
When I was using the old site, I compressed the files to allow significant space saving (and money/time saving; dial-up was slow and cost money!), or rather I was able to fit more files into the space available.
Is there a strong opinion on zipped/unzipped files?

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Re: Charles Wood Evening Service in E major for Men's Voices

Post by carlos » 05 Mar 2012 00:10

PeterGibson wrote:Is there a strong opinion on zipped/unzipped files?
Well, CPDL currently requires that all MusicXML files be zipped, as they can be sometimes huge, and zipping can shrink them to less than 2% of their original size. The same could be said of all source codes in text format (as LilyPond files, for example).

On the other side, zipping midi/mp3/pdf files usually don't compress them very well, so we encourage uploaders not to zip them. One notable exception is when an uploader wants to gather all midis of a larger work into a single zip package.
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