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Re: Bruhns "big" e-minor prelude

From: Ali Cuota
Subject: Re: Bruhns "big" e-minor prelude
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2018 12:22:07 -0500

Hello to all,

yes, this is great. Many thanks. I just discovered a pdf
from Harald Vogel that explains why this Prelude is so contrasting
(Orfeo in music - according to the theory of affects). This makes it
even more interesting. Actually I am wirting much more than
publishing, since I dont have internet home. I will then publish it in
IMSLP. Maybe I will give a try to Mutopia too...

Felix Domenica or smthg like that,

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2018-03-29 21:23 GMT-05:00, Simon Albrecht <address@hidden>:
> On 30.03.2018 01:21, Karlin High wrote:
>> On 3/29/2018 3:16 PM, Ali Cuota wrote:
>>> in IMSLP the big e-minor prelude from Nikolaus Bruhns exists in pdf,
>>> with a reference to Mutopiaproject. In Mutopia, Bruhns ist not
>>> (anymore) in the composers list.
>>> I would be happy to have the source file if possible.
>> is an amaaaaazing service!
>> <>
> So is convert-ly: version 1.3.117->2.19.80 worked pretty well.
> And then I did a run of Frescobaldi’s (python-ly’s) auto-formatting, and
> corrected a whole lot of things manually, but just in terms of coding:
> \new instead of \context
> use \voiceXXX commands
> remove unnecessary overrides
> use \tempo instead of \mark "Adagio" &c.
> And lastly I took the single liberty of correcting g natural in m.12 to
> g sharp – I’m quite certain that that’s a typo.
> What I did not fix:
> Unnecessary R R R instead of R*x
> Unnecessarily complicated durations like R1*24/16
> That would be an important step before recontributing to Mutopia.
> Also, I made no changes to staff distribution &c.
> Best, Simon

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