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Quote from: EigenUser on January 18, 2016, 03:47:37 PMNo one has guessed this one yet? Luke?
Quote from: (poco) Sforzando on January 18, 2016, 06:47:39 PMWhat I love about Nate's score images is that they make me wish my head was attached sideways to my body.
Quote from: EigenUser on January 19, 2016, 01:32:11 AM :laugh: :laugh: Sorry, I couldn't figure out how to rotate them and I gave up a long time ago. I've tried adding the "rotate 90" in the picture command before and it doesn't make a difference. You have to right-click the picture and "view image". It shows up properly for me when I do that.
Quote from: Brian on March 28, 2016, 06:20:49 AMI don't know the answer...I'm posting this here so that a literate person can tell me the answer!
Quote from: Brian on March 28, 2016, 08:47:40 AMFound the solution!"A note on the label. The music was composed by Francois Cristin, a musician friend of Didier's. It is written for trumpet (b flat major) and french horn (f major). The first line is the theme, which is taken from a famous song by Georges Brassens, and the next four lines are Cristin's personal interpretation of that theme."Bigger copy of the label, for those interested: http://www.polanerselections.com/sites/default/files/FDD122_1.jpg
Quote from: (poco) Sforzando on March 28, 2016, 08:58:12 AMOh I see! Now it makes perfect sense. You see how the key signature for the trumpet is F, later Bb (trumpet in C or UT), while the horn has a signature of C, later F (horn in F or FA). This was not legible from the original pic. The horn in F is a transposing instrument, meaning that whatever is written actually sounds a perfect fifth lower. Mystery solved.
Quote from: Luke on March 28, 2016, 12:41:05 PMNo guesses on my last one (a few posts up)? Anyone that plays the piano should just give it a whirl, and from that point it will be easy to work out. A piece I am still playing frequently - it always raises a smile.
Quote from: Luke on March 29, 2016, 03:59:22 AMActually, just singing the top line through to yourself ought to do it. This is the last page of four, if that helps with orientation.
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