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#1232602 - 07/16/09 05:37 PM REPOST bike race, imprvd. end. + notation advice?
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I added another measure to the bike race I posted a few months ago that I think adds the perfect energy and pizzazz to finalize it (I always thought the end needed just a little something more). So if you downloaded it for whatever reason in the previous form, feel free to get this new one. Also, I need suggestions about the notation on meas. 11, 13, 15, 17. I have written it with that single note (in the middle) stem down because it goes to the LH, but the grouping of 7 in those measures is 4-3. So, it is a little strange to look at and possibly confuses the 4-3 group. Should I group the first 4 stems up, together, and make a note about the LH there? (I don't like needing so much explanation in my 'scripts). Is there another easy way to indicate where the LH takes over without the stem-up stem-down method? I really like the physical feel of the LH/RH split the way I have it so don't feel inclined to change that. ?? Thanks all

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#1233064 - 07/17/09 05:31 PM Re: REPOST bike race, imprvd. end. + notation advice? [Re: musiccr8r]
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Those measures you're talking about look fine to me. You have accents to help the player know the rhythmic groupings, and the stems show the hands. You can always add an "(L.H.)" just for safety, but what you have is clear. Just watch out for those collisions with the dynamics and hairpins!
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