robinfw wrote:[...] Looking at the original score there is no way I can understand all the eighth rests and notes adding up.
I would really like to hear someone explain that.
I tried various combinations and this is the best sounding result so far.
Am open to any suggestions.
Would be nice to time travel back and hear the man play this as he intended.
Let's take mes.5 as an example :
Cano wants the student to understand that 16th notes and last sextolet notes should be played together.
In other words, 8th dotted notes should last a little shorter and 16th notes slightly longer.
It's obvious on mes.7 :
This morning I took a look at Ejercicio 5 where you'll find exactly the same rythmic formula.
If that can helps I can send you a midi file by PM so (maybe) you could import it into MuseScore.
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I went up into the attic and found a Stradivarius and a Rembrandt.
Unfortunately Stradivarius was a terrible painter and Rembrandt made lousy violins.