I've realized that Paganini Caprices are too complex, can you please
take me off?
I've started working on this instead:
Sorry, I should have committed to a piece when I have time to work on
it. Now I have some time..
Anyone willing to work on the Caprices, please go ahead.
BTW, caprice 2 is in mutopia, update this page:
Il giorno mer 10 set 2014 alle 9:27, Javier Ruiz-Alma
jav...@ruiz-alma.com ha scritto:
First off, our thanks to those that volunteered their time and effort
for our first typesetting request, some of which are contributing to
the Mutopia Project for the first time:
Knute Snortum, Steve Taylor, Abel Cheung, Federico Bruni, Joram
Berger, and Glen Larsen.
If you missed the background and goals of this request, please check
our initial announcement.
We posted an ambitious list of 12 popular works, including several
collections of pieces for piano, violin, and voice; in all, 300+
pages of scanned music to choose from.
our request back in April, more than 60% of the works have been
claimed. By our 4-month checkpoint of August 15th, volunteers had
submitted 22 new pieces, adding 83 pages of music to Mutopia, at a
pace of 770 lines of LilyPond code per week.
Taking into account completed works only, the corresponding scans of
added pieces get 300 downloads per day from the IMSLP website.
Mutopia doesn’t currently track download traffic, but to get some
early reference, we posted one of the typesets to IMSLP. The
LilyPond version got 300+ downloads in it’s first month.
These are great, encouraging results, and I hope you join me in
congratulating the volunteers that made it happen.
In the months ahead, we’ll continue tallying completion of
already-assigned works, and welcome others that want to contribute.
Armed with this baseline of stats, we plan further collaboration with
IMSLP to fine-tune and automate the effort that was done manually to
select future “wanted” music lists.
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