And I'll add my thanks for your effort. I especially like to see the many variations in fingering that allow for subtle differences in tone, etc. It is often just as fun to work out those fingerings that allow each player to give their own interpretation to a piece, as it is to play the finished piece. I recall gathering at least six different scores of Bach's BWV 1006 Prelude to synthesize what it best for me (and I still change around how I play it each time!).
Thanks to all for making this forum so enjoyable and educational. -- Ed
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