Febrary is gone and it is now time to publish the corresponding statistical data over our participation in this thread for this past month.
A newcomer entered the thread, troyatlarge
, welcome. I hope he becomes a regular poster and I look forward to hear his renditions of Sor's Opus 60 pieces. As usual, those in the graph with zero posts posted sometime in the past but not in this past January. Nevertheless, their names will be kept in the graph so that we all know whom ever participated in this Topic.
The graphic that follows represents the daily ramp up of posts and views for the last month.
Though the number of posters decreased drastically, to my surprise, this thread seems to retain a reasonable audience...
. I suspect this may be due to the fact that, by just pointing and clicking on an entry in the Excel file of the Table of Posted Records on my Google Drive, anyone can have access to the already reasonable number of renditions produced within the framework of this thread.
As for new records posted in February, there were 4, three posted by Robert Mackillop
- the #2, #6 and #10 - and the #23 posted by Stephen Kenyon
on February 9th. Also in February I presented a new rendition of the #17. I'm now preparing a new rendition of the #18.
Be aware that repeated records of the same piece are not accounted for - Robert Mackillop
renditions of the #1 and #20, also posted in February, had already been posted on December 7th, 2016. In such cases, the date of the newest rendition just replaces the previous date in the Table of Posted Records (TPR) below.
The following graph presents the Table of Posted Records (TPR) as of February 28th, 2019:
Please notice the grading line showing the Elementary
pieces in the Opus 60. Please notice also that this is just a picture file. However, by pointing at any individual cell in the corresponding TPR
Excel file stored in my Google Drive, the reader is directed to the corresponding post in this thread where he will have available not only the audio file but all the subsequent comments made by other Forum members.
Finally, the next graphic depicts the total number of monthly posts and views in this Topic since Dec 2018.
As the graphic shows, the number of post and views in this Topic is dwindling down...
. That's life
I thank you all for your support to this Project
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