pml wrote:A good place to begin would be the Edition Notes for the corresponding IMSLP #. If the error is not clear-cut, or there are numerous errors that would be awkward to describe in brief, use the Edition Notes to make a note directing users to the work's Talk page, and put all of the discussion there.
steltz wrote:I think what he means is the field called "Misc. Notes". ...
steltz wrote:I've fixed the clarinet errata to add the natural and sharp signs, but I can't work out your second horn erratum. What symbol do you mean? On my screen (this is a font issue), it's coming up as "C♭A should be CA♭". Do you also think the voicing should be reversed?
Imaginatorium wrote:Incidentally, I'm not sure how to indicate bar numbers. If the conductor says "Two bars after H" I would expect to start exactly two bars later than the barline indicated by H. But if the conductor says "From H, count - one - two - three - four - five - six. Sei-no...*" I would count whole bars following H, and expect to start at the *beginning* of the sixth one. In the first scheme, the bar starting at H is "H+1"; in the second scheme, it would be "H+0". I don't know if there is a convention about this, but as a sometime C programmer I would actually advocate H+0, even though it doesn't seem to be what I did.
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