haydenmuhl wrote:Would it be worthwhile to make the voice part more accommodating to a keyboard player?
daphnis wrote:One thing I'm missing is a tempo and style indication. Everything else looks fairly straightforward. Looks like Lilypond, yes?
coulonnus wrote:haydenmuhl wrote:Would it be worthwhile to make the voice part more accommodating to a keyboard player?
Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean.
Voice part: nowadays tenor voices are notated in G clef, by "cheating" by one octave.
Score: the standard is to notate the singer part above the orchestra parts, not in between.
Does your typesetting utility allows to "concentrate" the violins and viola parts into a single G-clef staff? Then this would automatically make an acceptable piano reduction.
haydenmuhl wrote:What type of score would a harpsichord player like to use? Is the continuo score good enough, or would it be worth while to alter the voice score to also be used by a harpsichordist? If so, how (e.g. adding the figured bass, changing the size of the staves, reordering the staves, etc.)?
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