Please take a look through some of these frequently asked questions before contacting us.
- How do I contribute material to the Database?
- What's the name of that song/aria from _______ (movie/commercial/etc)?
- Can I use information from the Aria Database in a program/supertitles presentation/CD liner notes/etc?
- I am a contributor to the Database and my information needs to be updated. How do I correct it?
- I can't find _________ in the Database. When will you add it?
Can I use information from the Aria Database in a program/supertitles presentation/CD liner notes/research paper/etc?The general answer to this question is "yes" but we strongly encourage you to attribute where you found the information and who did the actual translating or research. For instance, a sample attribution for a translation of an aria would look like: "Translation by XXXXXX YYYYYY from the Aria Database (http://www.aria-database.com)". The translations and sound files contributed to the Aria Database have not been licensed in any way to us - we use them by permission and unless you see otherwise in the entry for that translation or sound file, they remain the property of their creators so please think twice before using them commercially in any way. For aria information (almost all of which was written by one of us), you may feel free to use anything you want as long as you properly cite your usage just as you would information from a book or an article.
Contact page. If you have tried this in the past and we have not actually updated your information, please be assured that we will actually update your information this time and we profusely apologize that it hasn't already been done.