Re: 1Book of Music: 15th century French/German music
> First of all, this sounds like an amazing project! And an ambitiousThanks :) I hope it comes out as wonderful as I'd like it to.
> one. I wish you the best of luck.
As for music reading, yes, I have an extensive knowledge of writing
and reading music, as does my sister (who taught me most of what I
know). I was in band for all of middle school and most of high school,
and my sister taught me how to read music at the age of 6 (basic
notes, of course) and to play the recorder at that same age! She is a
music education major, so if I don't know something, I can ask her.
> <snip> I might recommend sacrificing some of the authenticity byI totally agree. My husband only just knows how to read modern scores,
> writing the music in a modern standard form, with medieval stylings.
and has not taken any time to learn medieval scoring (I know some), so
I'll have to do it modern style if I expect him to use the book at all :D
- Thank you for all the links, guys! That certainly gives me a place to
And of course there will be pictures when it's done. What, you think
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