zookeeper: Thanks, I hope these are still useful to someone despite all the typos
skeptical_troll: Thanks for the corrections!!
skeptical_troll wrote:measure 44: I think that's a C natural
Oops (well, hey, I got the "C" part right
skeptical_troll wrote:measure 67: there are few voices here, but the theme as I hear it is: (c# e a e) d b g# | -- (a d f# a) e | -- (c# e a e) d b e | a
similarly when it repeats. then at 90 I think it is f#. e d | c#
Hmm I think it's (c# e a e) d g# e
| -- (a d f# a) e | -- (c# e a e) d g#
e | a ?
And for measure 80, it still sounds to me like f#. e b | a
Maybe there is an instrument playing D C# there, but I think the one you hear the most is playing B A?
(Here's what I mean, in noncreative notation)
skeptical_troll wrote:upbeat of measure 107 and similar: I think this are quavers which start in the middle of the bar, not triplets.
I think the pickup to 107 is a triplet (you can hear the accompaniment playing on every beat, and it lines up with the first of the 3 notes), but all future instances should in fact be 8ths as you say.
Thanks a lot for looking at these, and I love your creative notation, I think we are on to a whole new method of notating music!