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hallo, ich habe einmal eine frage zu dem foto von dieser petroleumlampe. wie alt ist diese lampe. ich habe vor kurzem auf einem flohmarkt die selbe erworben. nun sah ich dieses foto und dachte daran wie alte diese wohl ist. wenn sie mir diesbezüglich antworten könnten.


You uploaded this image which you claim to be your own work. On the upload page you agreed to place it under a Free license but did not specify which one. Please do so by replacing the {{OwnWork}} tag with a suitable copyright tag. Yonidebest Ω Talk 23:48, 14 May 2007 (UTC)

Hello, please give me some help. It´s completely new for me. Can you explain what to do ? Thank you! Uli Metzner

Edit the above picture and replace the {{OwnWork}} template with a free license tag from here. I recommend using the {{cc-by-sa-2.5}} tag. Yonidebest Ω Talk 08:53, 15 May 2007 (UTC)

Thank you. Let me try ! Uli Metzner 11:38, 15 May 2007

I think it works ! Uli 11:45, 15 May 2007

Re: Audio files[edit]

HiUlrich. I found your work when checking if there were any audio files of works by Max Reger on The Wikimedia Commons. I am a member of Wikipedia:WikiProject Free music so I like to upload sound files to the Wikimedia Commons]] and add them to English Wikipedia articles. I've also been adding Category:Organ sound to all the organ audio. I like any music with a good melody, like that of Bach and Schubert. My favourite organ pieces that don't have a freely available version are Bach's Little Fugue in G minor and his [[Schübler Chorale No. 1. Best Regards, Graham87 09:13, 3 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Ulrich, I prefer to listen to files which contain the sound of a real organ rather than a synthesized one. Is there some kind of sound font that would let me do that with midi files? If so I'd like to have a listen. I like to hear works on virtual organs like at Virtually Baroque, which contains most of Bach's organ works and others as well. What I meant by "freely available" was "under a free license". It's very good that there are recordings of for example all of Chopin's Études or even Eine kleine Nachtmusik that can be downloaded, played and sold by anyone with minimal restrictions. Best regards, Graham87 01:27, 5 May 2008 (UTC)
Hi Ulrich. Yes, that sounds good. Keep up the recordings ... free music is quite useful at Wikimedia Commons. I think it's sad that so many recordings have harsh copyright restrictions placed on them, and can't be legally used or distributed much. Graham87 07:58, 5 May 2008 (UTC)
Hi Uli, as it says on my user page, I'm blind and therefore can't see the picture. I was able to get an idea of what it looked like by reading the English article ... it'd be interesting to hear what it sounds like. Could you upload the regal image on de.wp to Wikimedia Commons, so it can be used in all Wikimedia projects? According to the interwiki link from the English Wikipedia, here is the page on de.wp describing how to move images to the Commons. Regards, Graham87 00:44, 6 May 2008 (UTC)
It certainly was an excellent performance, and the hall provides good reverberation (I think that's the word you were looking for), which sounds good on this homophonic sacred work. My only criticisms would be that the consonants don't come out as well as I think they should - I've sung this beautiful piece and I had trouble following the recording sometimes. Also the first thing that stood out at me when I listened was the audience noise ... coughing, etc. ... but I don't notice it as much anymore. There is already a recording of Schubert's Mass in G, but if your recording has a different take on the piece then it wouldn't hurt to upload it - after all there are three recordings of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto on Wikipedia. Just to be the devil's advocate, did you have permission to take the recording? Some performers are *cvery* defensive about recordings of their work. I wish Perth was less isolated so more performers would come here ... the nearest big city is 2,000 kilometres away so it's very expensive for performers to come here. Best Regards, Graham87 03:33, 11 May 2008 (UTC)
Hi Uli, yes it's understandable about the recording placement when you have to perform at the same time ... I used to go to Braille Music Camp where all the concerts were recorded ... the person recording the choir was a tenor in that choir so naturally they came out more than the other sections. I don't know about the song mentioning Perth ... which one is it? It probably refers to the Perth in Scotland, which is what the city in Australia is named after. I do know about Beethoven's Adelaide which is also the name of a city in Australia. In fact, Adelaide is the "nearest big city" I was referring to above, and it attracts many arts events because it is not too far from Melbourne. Regards, Graham87 07:55, 11 May 2008 (UTC)

Wow. The middle part has quite a nasal, strident sound. It makes a great contrast against the sound of the other sections. I'm looking forward to hearing the actual regal sound once you have it ready.

I'll be on holiday tomorrow and this weekend at Kalgoorlie, about 600 kilometres from Perth. Winter is finally setting in ... the maximum temperatures are getting below 20 and the rain is more regular. We don't get any snow in winter in Perth except on the nearby hills on very cold days (maximums below 10). I suppose summer is coming up soon in Feuchtwangen ... I much prefer summer than winter so I'd like that better, but winters in Perth are incredibly mild by world standards. Best regards, Graham87 07:11, 15 May 2008 (UTC)


Hi Uli, I know that what the Nazi regime did was abhorrent and I oppose it in the absolutely strongest terms. However, Horst-Wessel-Lied is a very notable piece - it has a Wikipedia article in 18 languages. There is no reason to censor the melody from all Wikimedia projects. I've read through the article and I understand that there are legal problems with representing the melody and lyrics ... those problems don't apply on Wikimedia Commons because its servers are in the United States and it is (I think) classed as an educational site. I also understand the ethical and moral objections you would have as a German person who, like the great majority of the population, are deeply ashamed of the Nazi past. I notice that the [[de:Horst-Wessel-Lied|German article on Horst-Wessel-Lied is semi-protected] and has been that way for over two years, so the article is obviously very controversial. It also contains, as far as I can make out, a link to a vocal recording.

I'm not an admin on Wikimedia Commons and can't delete the file even if I wanted to. It doesn't meet the Commons criteria for speedy deletion. The place for deletion requests is Commons:Deletion requests, but note that it can be severely backlogged for up to four months as happened to me at Commons:Deletion requests/Sigmund Romberg files, which I opened because I wasn't sure what to do with them.

I hope this message hasn't caused any offence and my point has been made clear. I understand your objections to the file but it won't be deleted. For more opinions, you can ask at the village pump on Commons. Best regards, Graham87 05:30, 30 May 2008 (UTC)


I like the sound. It's soft and delicate. I don't like harpsichords that are too loud. For instance, it took me a while to get used to the Flemish harpsichord used for Wikipedia's sound samples of English Suite No. 1 but I like the Italian harpsichord used at Domenico Scarlatti's recordings in Wikipedia and I also like the sound of the Lautenwerck, the lute harpsichord. It's 12:40 AM here so I must go to bed. Good night and best regards, Graham87 16:42, 9 June 2008 (UTC)

I like it - Scarlatti was an amazing composer, with the number of melodies ... and the techniques he wrote for the harpsichord. I've added a category - you do it by putting square brackets around it like this: [[Category:Domenico Scarlatti]], and to link to a category you add a colon after the brackets like so: [[:Category:Domenico Scarlatti]] which produces Category:Domenico Scarlatti. Usually it's good enough to categorise by composer, and instrument if you want to categorise it somewhere like Category:Organ sound. Most of the major composers have categories now, but some still don't: I had to create quite a few categories] when sorting audio and other files here. For more information on categories, see Commons:Categories. Best Regards, Graham87 09:22, 12 June 2008 (UTC)


Wow, it's certainly a unique sound. Very nasal ... almost like a nasal accordion. I like it. What is the beating noise on the left channel? It sounds like hammering or something ... and is the blowing sound just the bellows being pumped? Best regards, Graham87 (talk) 05:24, 14 June 2008 (UTC)

Ah, I can certainly hear the difference between the sound when the damper is on and when it's off ... the damper makes it much more muffled. Regards, Graham87 (talk) 01:56, 15 June 2008 (UTC)

The clavichord[edit]

I like the sound of that clavichord - it's very delicate and I can imagine Mozart playing that piece on a clavichord, not a grand piano, if you know what I mean. How loud does it sound when you're actually playing it? Like does there have to be absolute silence in the room so you can practice on it? I think it's a great shame that quieter instruments like the clavichord and recorder fell out of fashion, because they have such a unique sound. Graham87 (talk) 06:18, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

Re: a romantic Larghetto for organ[edit]

Yes, I like it. It's a nice peaceful melody, and there is variety in the part writing that keeps it interesting as well. I can imagine setting words to it ... it sounds easy to sing, which makes it memorable. Graham87 (talk) 01:05, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

The use of a real organ amplifies the "song without words" feel of the Brosig Larghetto. And yet, it feels complete as it is. I like the Dubois work also - it reminds me of the rhythm of a cboat rocking on a calm sea or river. Graham87 (talk) 07:33, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

Tip: Categorizing images[edit]

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Hello, Metzner!

Tip: Add categories to your images

Thanks a lot for contributing to the Wikimedia Commons! Here's a tip to make your uploads more useful: Why not add some categories to describe them? This will help more people to find and use them.

Here's how:

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[[Category:Category name]]

For example, if you are uploading a diagram showing the orbits of comets, you add the following code:

[[Category:Astronomical diagrams]]

This will make the diagram show up in the categories "Astronomical diagrams" and "Comets".

When picking categories, try to choose a specific category ("Astronomical diagrams") over a generic one ("Illustrations"). Pro-tip: The CommonSense tool can help you find the best category for your image.

Thanks again for your uploads! More information about categorization can be found in Commons:Categories, and don't hesitate to leave a note on the help desk.

BotMultichillT 06:05, 7 February 2009 (UTC)

Sorry, die beiden letzten sind jetzt unter "Bells" kategorisiert --Metzner (talk) 09:52, 7 February 2009 (UTC) Sorry again!! For the third I have also found categories. I know it is important - but I often forget it in the action. Thank you!

--Metzner (talk) 14:57, 19 February 2009 (UTC)

Sicilianas and other things[edit]

Hi Uli,

I just stumbled upon your new recording of the second movement of BWV 596 while going through my old category contributions. BWV 596 is one of my favourite Vivaldi concerti, in both the organ and violin versions, and I think you play the second movement very well. It's a beautiful, lilting melody. I checked to see where it was used and found it was used in the German article Ciciliano. In that German article, I also found a link to a MIDI version of the ciciliano of Bach's flute sonata, BWV 1035. Wikimedia Commons in fact has a proper recording of that movement - Image:Bach - Flute Sonata Emaj - 3. Siciliano.ogg, which IMO sounds infinitely better than the MIDI version on my system. I uploaded it, along with recordings of all the other Bach flute sonatas, in February of last year. Since I can't speak German, I don't know how to properly add it to the article; could you help me with that? Thanks. Graham87 (talk) 04:22, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

I'm going well thanks. I've started Italian lessons this year which are interesting. How are you?
It's not your English that's the problem, it's my bad spelling. :-) The article I wanted to show you was this one. In the "Hörbeispiele" section, the first link goes to a MIDI file that sounds horrible on my computer. I want you to replace that with a link to the audio on Wikimedia Commons, with a description saying that it's played on flute and harpsichord, without the continuo. Graham87 (talk) 06:09, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
There's also the Siciliano from the E-flat major flute sonata, BWV 1031, which is a lower-quality recording because it was taken from an LP, but is still usable. I don't really care which one you use; just get that stupid MIDI file off the page! :-) It's mostly the constant vibrato of the MIDI flute that drives me crazy. Graham87 (talk) 06:23, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
OK, I've added the file to the German article; now I'll need your help with the translation. I like to add performers to audio files. If they make the description too long in this case, then just remove them. The most important thing to mention is that there is only a flute and harpsichord in the recording, and not a cello or other basso continuo instrument. My note is just after the "}}" at the end of the audio file. When you edit the article, will the changes come up immediately? The last time I tried to edit something on the German Wikipedia, it took two weeks for my change to go through because of flagged revisions.
I have nothing against MIDI files, as long as they're played with high-quality sounds. I think they sound better in fast pieces than slow ones, where the mechanical sound of a MIDI file doesn't matter so much. Graham87 (talk) 12:03, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
Sounds good, thanks for your help. What did I say that needed to be clarified? Graham87 (talk) 13:41, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
My understanding of Italian is not much better, to be honest! Well, I can carry out very simple conversations in the language, but that's about it. I'm learning all the time though. Graham87 (talk) 14:48, 26 July 2009 (UTC)


Hallo, du hast das Bild einer Seuffert-Orgel reingestellt. Frage: ist das der Würzburger Hoforgelmacher aus Mainfranken? Der Prospekt schaut bis auf das Gitter-Unterteil ziemlich danach aus. Übrigens habe ich dein Bild nachbearbeitet. Ich kann es dir auch gerne per mail schicken, damit du es begutachten kannst. Man sieht mehr Details, weil ich es aufgehellt habe und den Kontrast etwas angehoben. Gib mir einfach Bescheid, wenn Bedarf ist.

Viele Grüße aus Franken --Metzner (talk) 07:43, 29 January 2010 (UTC)

Hallo, tut mir leid, das ich erst jetzt antworte, ich war längere Zeit nicht mehr auf Commons. Details zu der Orgel kann ich Dir nicht beantworten, ich werde die Anfrage aber mal an unseren Sauerland-Stammtisch weiterleiten. Da gibt es Leute, die sich damit auskennen. Viele Grüße --BangertNo (talk) 09:40, 22 March 2010 (UTC)


Hi Uli,

Today I uploaded a free version of Vivaldi's Double Violin Concerto, Op. 3, No 11; it's the one that Bach transcribed into BWV 596. I thought you'd be interested to hear it; it sounds quite different to the organ version, but it shows that Bach's transcription was remarkably faithful ... except at around the 20-second mark of the second movement, the violinist plays an E where the organ version seems to contain a D, as per not just your performance but this virtual organ rendition. I don't think it was a mistake on the violinist's part, because the note happens again around 01:11 (with some nice ornaments), but I think it sounds better with a D ... it is on a G minor chord after all! You can hear it at L'estro Armonico on the English Wikipedia. Don't mind me ... I'm just in a picky mood ... editing sound files makes one go mad! You can find the other files I uploaded by checking [my Wikipedia contributions. I particularly like the sound files of Mozart's String Quintet in G minor. All the files I uploaded today came from Pandora Records, which has a Wikipedia-compatible license.Graham87 (talk) 14:46, 13 April 2010 (UTC)

Yes, I noticed the discrepancy with the d³ to d² the second time I heard the piece, and I thought that the compass of the manuals would have something to do with it. Graham87 (talk) 15:03, 14 April 2010 (UTC)


Hallo Metzner, ich verstehe einige Deiner Kategorisierungen nicht. Was hat File:Erbsengasse9Roettingen2010.JPG mit dem Stadtturm in Innsbruck zu tun und was genau meinst Du mit dem ganz allgemeinen Category:Architectural elements? -- Ies (talk) 17:17, 26 September 2010 (UTC)

Hi, Entschuldigung, daß es so lange mit meiner Antwort gedauert hat. Der Zusammenhang mit Innsbruck ist mir rätselhaft. Wo steht das? Bin ich vermutlich betriebsblind. Die Kategorie stammt nicht von mir, aber ich habe sie bei den wiki commons gefunden und irgendein Element einsortiert. Schaue ich noch nach. Gruß --Metzner (talk) 10:55, 8 March 2011 (UTC)


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Re: Christchurch and other things[edit]

Hi Uli, good to hear that you're OK. Health issues are not fun!

The second earthquake in Christchurch was horrible. I didn't know about the damage to the Reger organ there ... that is very sad! It was a tragedy that those people were killed while trying to salvage the organ's parts!

As for me, I haven't been up to much onwiki ... just my regular copyediting and things like that! I've done a bit of work on the newly revived featured sound candidates process on the English Wikipedia]]. My latest sound upload was a performance of Prokofiev's delightful Overture on Hebrew Themes, which unfortunately can't be uploaded to Commons because of copyright issues. Graham87 (talk) 07:24, 25 April 2011 (UTC)

Ihr Kinderlein, kommet[edit]

Hallo Metzner, danke für diese schöne Tondatei! Frage: Du hast das Lied in der Originalfassung von Schulz eingespielt (von ihm zum Text "Wie reizend, wie wonnig" von Wilhelm Gottlieb Becker komponiert), mit der Schlusskadenz a-g-e-d. Als Friedrich Hermann Eickhoff diese Melodie für Ihr Kinderlein, kommet übernahm, änderte er die Schlusskadenz nach g-e-cis-d, und so ist sie eigentlich das Weihnachtslied, wie es in den meisten Liederbüchern und im Evangelischen Gesangbuch steht. Frage: Könntest du noch eine Zweitversion mit Eickhoffs Schluss machen und hochladen? Das dürfte keine große Arbeit für dich sein, oder? Danke, --Rabanus Flavus (talk) 06:00, 15 May 2011 (UTC)

File:A Schneckenturm mit Gerüst.jpg[edit]

Hallo Metzner, danke für die Datei für Wiki loves monuments. Bei der Gemeinde brauchst du aber die Postleitzahl nicht anzugeben, die kategorien verwenden alle nur den Gemeindenamen. Grüße --Bjs (talk) 20:27, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

Wiki Loves Monuments 2011 has finished[edit]

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Te Deum[edit]

Hi Ulrich - I much appreciate the Charpentier Te Deum you submitted ( Can you tell me what instrument and/or software you used to produce it? Laodah (talk) 00:16, 19 February 2012 (UTC)

Hi Laodah,

please excuse my late answer, but I was in hospital since 20. Februar and now I am at home and can answer your question:

Well, the sound is not bad and I used the software Finale 2007. I is not a MIDIsound but I remember they had a number of sound samples. It is quite soft with flute sound etc. Now I have upgraded to Finale 2010, but now I have major trouble with a latenz effect between Finale and my MIDI-controller. So my activities are blocked. Can you understand or even solve this problem? Perhaps one of your friends?

--Metzner (talk) 23:37, 5 April 2012 (UTC)

Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 startet in Kürze[edit]

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Hallo Metzner,

in Kürze ist es wieder soweit. Der nun schon traditionelle Fotowettbewerb Wiki Loves Monuments wird im September zum vierten Mal stattfinden. In ähnlicher Form hatte unlängst der Wettbewerb "Wiki Loves Earth" eine erfolgreiche Premiere. Zu allen bisherigen vier Wettbewerben haben seit 2011 gut 3000 unterschiedliche Teilnehmer (User) ihren Beitrag geleistet. Du warst dabei, und bist auch herzlich eingeladen, am bevorstehenden WLM-Wettbewerb wieder dabei zu sein.

Allein in Deutschland wurden in den letzten drei Jahren im Rahmen von WLM rund 100.000 Fotos zu den insgesamt ca. 850.000 Kulturdenkmalen bundesweit hochgeladen. Jährlich haben sich mehrere Hundert Wiki-Fotographen daran beteiligt. Auch im kommenden Denkmalmonat wird dies gewiss wieder der Fall sein. Der Tag des offenen Denkmals am 14. September bietet bundesweit vielfältige Möglichkeiten, Denkmale nicht nur von außen, sondern auch von innen zu fotografieren. Denkmallisten sind dabei ein wichtiger Orientierungspunkt und zugleich auch Ziel der Einbindung der Fotos. Auch in diesem Jahr sind wieder neue Denkmallisten hinzugekommen, die hilfreich bei der Planung von individuellen oder Gruppen-Fototouren sind und auf eine Bebilderung warten, wie z.B. zu Görlitz oder Zittau. Unter den Landeshauptstädten fehlt nur noch Stuttgart. Aber auch hier ist Licht in Sicht.

In der Mitte Deutschlands hat die Denkmallandschaft der thüringischen Landeshauptstadt Erfurt nun das Licht der Wikipedia-Welt entdeckt. Mehr als 50 Tabellen enthalten 3.700 Denkmale. Allein die wunderschön restaurierte Altstadt umfasst 1.800 Denkmale. Eine von WMDE geförderte WLM-Fototour nach Erfurt am Wochenende vom 29. – 31. August lädt herzlich ein, diese einzigartige Kulturlandschaft zu dokumentieren. Mehr Informationen findest Du auf der Projektseite.

Wir freuen uns auf Deine weiteren Beiträge für Wikimedia-Projekte.

Viel Spaß beim größten Fotowettbewerb der Wiki(m/p)edia wünscht Dir das Orga-Team.

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Der WLM-Countdown hat begonnen[edit]

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Hallo Metzner,

nun ist es wieder soweit. Vom 1. bis zum 30. September findet zum fünften Mal der internationale Wettbewerb Wiki Loves Monuments statt. Im Mittelpunkt steht bekanntlich das Fotografieren von Kulturdenkmalen. Du hast an einem der letzten Fotowettbewerbe teilgenommen und wir freuen uns auf weitere Bildbeiträge von Dir.

Viele interessante Motive, nicht nur Burgen und Schlösser, sondern auch Fachwerkhäuser, Brücken und Brunnen, technische und Industriedenkmale und vieles mehr gibt es noch zu fotografieren, damit sie in der Wikipedia dokumentiert werden können. Nützliche Tipps findest du auf unserer WLM-Projektseite. Du kannst gerne individuell Fototouren durchführen oder aber Dich auch Gruppentouren anschließen. Besonders freuen wir uns auf Fotos, die Lücken in den Denkmallisten der Wikipedia ausfüllen.

Darüber hinaus kannst Du auch an der Arbeit der Jury teilnehmen, die Mitte Oktober die Fotos bewerten und die Gewinner ermitteln wird. Bis zum 15. August kannst du hier Deine Bewerbung einreichen.

Viel Erfolg und Spaß beim größten Fotowettbewerb der Wiki(m/p)edia in den bevorstehenden Wettbewerbswochen wünscht Dir das Orga-Team. Wir freuen uns auf Deine Fotos.

( Bernd Gross, 6. August 2015)

Frage nach Petroleumlampe - welches Bild ?[edit]

hallo, gebe dir gerne Auskunft. Welches Bild meinst du ? Grüße --Metzner (talk) 23:26, 22 October 2015 (UTC)