It litterally means cats that are making faces, are funny, but it is also a word play as it sounds exactly like 'chapitres', which means chapters.oski79 wrote:"Chats Pitres." (Translation?
I know somebody who could give me contact information. I'll get back to you.oski79 wrote:
Are many of you aware of Yves Carlin? I think it would be great to contact him to get permission to post recordings of his works. I've been unable to find a way to do so.
The publishers Productions d’OZ authorise all forum members to publish recordings of pieces from their editions on the forum. This applies only to music published by Productions d’OZ, in their edition, and not to music they distribute for other publishers. Furthermore, the permission applies only to recordings uploaded directly to the forum, as MP3, WMV or MOV attachments, and not to Youtube files. The source publication should be quoted with any recording.
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