Why I'm trying to get all this straight.
- As I work with my group, I plan to keep notating files into nice
engraving, preferably starting with over copied/hand written/crappy, but
of course, sometimes the priority will be the ones we're actually playing.
Anyways. As I do each, I plan to provide:
o The source - Finale
o The render - Acrobat Reader
- all the voices in chorus with a click/count-off
- each voice on it's own with a click/count-off
- possibly all the voices minus the one being practiced
o Some historical information on the tune, lyrics, translations, etc.
o Recordings of different settings provided they are of high enough
quality and free of restriction.
The goal is both very nice uniform music (like Avatar's) and practice
aids. Having a centralized resource for share-able recorded music would
be very beneficial as well.
This would be similar to what I've done here:
http://www.bcfdpipesanddrums.com/index.php?Content=Music to give you an
idea of how I do things.
"Merry" Turlough Merriwhether Lutre
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- On 2/9/07 9:12 AM, "Christian M. Cepel" <christian@...> wrote:
> As I work with my group, I plan to keep notating files into nice
> engraving, preferably starting with over copied/hand written/crappy, but
> of course, sometimes the priority will be the ones we're actually playing.
It seems like a LOT of work to me, but if that¹s what gives you joy, go for
I¹d just use the already nicely transcribed pieces from Steven Hendricks,
and skip all the hard work: http://sca.uwaterloo.ca/Hendricks/
But, follow your joy. :)
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