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Re: music expression explanation

From: Simon Bailey
Subject: Re: music expression explanation
Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2009 11:50:34 +0200

trevor, graham,

On 25 Apr 2009, at 10:41, Trevor Daniels wrote:
Graham Percival wrote Friday, April 24, 2009 4:42 PM
Hmm.  I was initially thinking of 3.1.2, but that subsection
(actually, the entire section) is really talking about
*macroscopic* style.  I mean, it refers back to the definition of
a (compound) "music expression".

With that in mind, perhaps 2.3.1 is the best place: add 2-3
sentences and an articulation (or dynamic, or something) to the
first paragraph+example.

That said, this is really Trevor's area now.  Let's see what he

Thanks for the prompt!  I think the best place is in
2.1.2 Simple notation, in the Durations (rhythms) section.
This is where the entry of a duration is first mentioned,
and it's immediately after introducing the ' and , marks.
Perhaps immediately after the example there and before
dotted notes are mentioned would be ideal.  I'd be happy to
receive a patch, Simon.

i'll see about getting a patch to you on monday. my non-computer life (i.e. actually playing music) has seriously taken over my time lately. ;)


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