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Adieu mon frère

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« Reply #15 on: August 13, 2014, 05:01:50 pm »

We still await answers to the questions posed last month. It does seem that certain aspects (such as the dynamics) are overwritten and no excuses regarding the recording cover that up. Neither player obeys the dynamic markings: does that matter? The players on the recording are unquestionably committed and yet the complexities of the notation guarantee only an approximation of what you have written: does that matter? This raises other questions such as - is there a more efficient way to notate your intentions? Why is this notation so complex-looking anyway - is it down to a collision of systems? etc.
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