He also made it clear that it was up to the participants to decide how the games would proceed.D02 2 players, 4 notes, 3 days, 1 voice
"D02" means that the game is second year level.
"2 players" means that the work is to be constructed by 2 players.
"4 notes" means that each player invents a sequence of 4 notes.
The work is under construction for 3 days.
"1 voice" means that the collective work is monophonic.
The rhythm is free and modifiable.
The first player records a sequence of 4 notes, the second player repeats what his predecessor played and completes his phrase by adding another sequence of 4 notes to it. In his turn, the first player repeats what the previous player played and adds another 4 notes. At the end of 3 days, one of the players finishes off the collective work with a concluding phrase and indicates in his post that the work is completed. If a contribution does not fit the specifications, the other player can ignore it or adopt it, but it is advisable to reject contributions that are above the level proposed and which would put the other player in difficulty.
In practice, there wasn't enough participation on the thread for those guidelines to be effective, so I allowed deviations from the initial rules after the game appeared abandoned for several days.These proposals are only suggestions, we'll see in practice what works best for us.
Stefan, I'm sure nobody will raise objections if you want to add a bar starting from an earlier point in Laura's notationStefan Srećković wrote:It's very difficult to keep track of things and participate in this musical lesson if you guys either only play your own contribution, or contribute more than a single bar, or don't provide a standard notation of your work
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