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Good grief - I was editing my post and accidentally hit delete - man - this was it (with the edit) -
I'm up for it - may be a bit of a pain for folks using metronome ( soft, or real ) to "get up to speed" because of the time-sig changes - but yes - sure - the only, and absolute, frame of reference for recording anything will of course be the click track... So, ultimately, not an issue really - just a point...
But yes, no prob, looks good (and simplified)
***EDIT*** - I'm still thinking through this - it may (as the score stands) look "too much" (I know, it's not really - there will be more to come for separate parts) for some folks... Can you mail me a musicxml @admin ( that is if that's how you have prepared it ) ? TYVM in advance !
I seriously recommend not copying my mistakes. D'oh -
Please make your own, different mistakes, and help us all learn :-)
It looks good! Much better than the earlier version, this is easier to learn. I will definitely join this project!
Being new here, I don't expect my opinion to carry any weight, that said, I'd like to be supportive.
When I first heard Adagio I was very uncomfortable with all the tension I was feeling.
It looks possible that removing the accidentals may have changed this.
Fiddlerman - I really need to see or hear just the Second Violin part played to make a decision.
We all have our personal journeys with our instruments and I'm searching for a little something in this music to call to my heart.
It would help me tremendously to hear more from everyone that really enjoys this piece and why.
I'd be up for it, but I wouldn't fancy trying it in the original key (Bbm - 5 flats!) and I suspect few people on here would submit anything if it was.
EDIT: Just a thought though - would B minor not be a better key? Just a semitone up, but 2 sharps instead of 5 flats? EDIT OF THE EDIT - actually, looking at it, Am probably is the best, otherwise you'll have some dodgy fingerings with the accidentals.