Stefan Srećković wrote:
It's very difficult to keep track of things and participate in this musical lesson if you guys either only play your own contribution, or contribute more than a single bar, or don't provide a standard notation of your work
Stefan, I'm sure nobody will raise objections if you want to add a bar starting from an earlier point in Laura's notation
The first four bars were all contributed by individuals - Laura, Bea, me, and Carl. So you could take it from there. The notes I added after bar five broke the rules,
, but I did say that participants should feel free to ignore them...
If you want to give the whole thing a try, then the last couple of bars that haven't been notated yet, are just bar four repeated again, but with all the notes played one octave lower, followed by an A minor chord.
Don't be intimidated by the speed I played it at. I'd been noodling around with it for a while, and was well warmed up! Also note that my tempo dropped off when I got to Laura's additional bars, which I was less familiar with, and I must admit that I was paying no heed whatsoever to correct technique, damping notes, apoyando, or anything like that! Furthermore, if I played it slowly that would have given me more time to make mistakes
which I certainly would do while attempting to record myself!
So, do whatever you like with the notation in Laura's post, I'm sure nobody will mind, and a new contribution or direction for the game could be really interesting