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Absolutely perfect and well edited work! The Holy Bible of the music engraves ! :D


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"Bar" is well-understood in the U.S. as well. Crotchets and quavers, not so much.


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   Posted 2/25/2016 6:19 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
I forgot that, David. Maybe they can use "Extraordinary Measures" for the US "translation" and "Extraordinary Bars" in the UK!


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   Posted 2/25/2016 6:11 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
John Ruggero said...
Motet, I vote for your Extraordinary Measures. I think it is a terrific title, and they should pay you for it.

Thomas, I think that the German title is just as unfunny as the the English one; sehr taktlos, pun intended.


However, 'measure' as opposed to 'bar' is rarely used by musicians in the UK. Perhaps that is why 'Behind Bars' seems to be a less appreciated title in the US than in the UK (there are most likely other reasons too, but …).


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Motet, I vote for your Extraordinary Measures. I think it is a terrific title, and they should pay you for it.

Thomas, I think that the German title is just as unfunny as the the English one; sehr taktlos, pun intended.


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Zuill said...
Way off topic:

Remember this from the Smothers Brothers:

Tommy- (singing) "soap, soap, soap, soap, soap, soap, soap, soap."
Dick-"What's that?"
Tommy- "Oh, about 8 bars."

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The German title of the book is: "Hals über Kopf" which could be translated literally as "Stem over Head". But the idiom means "helter-skelter" or "precipitately" and the translation of the word "Hals" is "neck".

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   Posted 2/25/2016 1:39 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Way off topic:

Remember this from the Smothers Brothers:

Tommy- (singing) "soap, soap, soap, soap, soap, soap, soap, soap."
Dick-"What's that?"
Tommy- "Oh, about 8 bars."

Zuill


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   Posted 2/25/2016 12:48 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Bar Hopping?
Extraordinary Measures?
Measure for Measure?
Being Crotchety?


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John Ruggero said...
"Behind Bars" sounds incarcerated;


Heh heh…
www.amazon.com/Behind-Bars-Jeffrey-Ian-Ross/dp/0028643518/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1456417239&sr=1-1&keywords=behind+bars+surviving+prison

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It is not just you, David. I hate the title. "Behind Bars" sounds incarcerated; but "Between Bars" sounds inebriated.

Various other alternatives: "Between the Lines", "Behind the Lines", or maybe they should chuck their attempt at a catchy title for a serious book and just give it a serious title.


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Behind Bars is a great book. Maybe it should be called "Between Bars" but that is just me. The book does seem to leave out a couple of matters. if I recall, it does not touch on the controversy of dotted quarter rests in 6/8 meter or 9/8 meter. It does not describe any conventions as to how to draw slurs when the slur comes off a tied note or goes to a tied note (if I recall), especially if the tied note is tied over several measures. It also argues against beaming three 8th notes together in 3/4 time signature (for example a dotted quarter note followed by three 8ths) whereas all the major publishers have no trouble with beaming three 8th notes together in 3/4 meter. There may be one or two other things not mentioned that could have been mentioned, but I can't think of them now. But all in all a very comprehensive book. Perhaps a second edition at some time could address these issues.


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Haven't been without it since I bought it, very much worth the money. In a lot of instances it also takes you through other solutions that Faber don't use but are equally valid (she often calls them old-fashioned). I do also find the index a bit useless, but the contents at each section are usually all you need


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   Posted 2/16/2016 3:59 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Danke, Knut und Charles! Es ist nun richtig.


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I took two years of German in college back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, was never "immersed" but for the last quarter, and therefore remember very little.  Google Translate has helped me get the gist of the conversation.  All you have to do is click in the broken link URL and suck out the beginning erroneous characters "see%20http//" and it will work.


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John,

dein Link fugiert leider nicht.


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Sehr interessant, Piotr. Vielleicht Gould soll eine amerikanische Ausgabe auch machen. Ich habe einige Dinge wie Klavier Pedal Zeichnungen gefunden, die in Grossbritannien verschieden sind. See notat.io/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=75


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So viel ich weiß, die Ausgabe soll besser an die deutschen Musikverlage/Notensatz-Regeln angepasst sein (das weiß ich von einem Redakteur, von einem großen deutschen Musikverlag).
Ich habe selbst die Bücher nicht verglichen, aber beide finde super.

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Danke für die deutsche Sprache Aufgabe, PIOTR. Ich verstehe alles! Verstehen Sie warum die musikalischen Beispielen sind verschieden in die Peters Ausgabe?


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Hallo,

ich habe beide Versionen gekauft. Beide finde ich als sehr gute Quellen für den Notensatzregeln.
Peters Ausgabe hat ein bisschen andere Notenbeispiele. Ich finde das Buch sehr empfehlenswert.

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Sort of reminds me of the story when two elderly ladies were on a tour of Wales. They were in a restaurant in a town with a name of about 36 letters, mostly consonants. When the waitress came by, they asked, "could you tell us where we are?"

The waitress replied, very slowly, "Bur-ger King."



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Charles Lawrence said...
Thrawn - had to look that one up in my Funk & Wagnall's! smilewinkgrin


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Thank you all for helping me to make my decision to buy the book.

Claus, thanks for your offer to have a look into the book. What I read above sounds so well that I'm sure the book is worth the 89 €.

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Hello Thomas,

I am working with the english original (though native German), can't remember if it was for price reasons at ama...., but I think it's comprehensive enough, if you are aware of english terminology to some extent.

I think that some modern phenomenons of "notation common practice" especially when dealing with jazz/bigband writing are not addressed, but nevertheless I highly recommend it.

If you do want to take a look at my copy, before deciding to buy- I am working in Dierdorf every Tuesday and thursday....

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Thrawn - had to look that one up in my Funk & Wagnall's! smilewinkgrin


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