Thanks so much everyone for your very encouraging comments.
pogmoor wrote: I think you could afford to take it a tiny bit slower and allow some of the sections to feel less hurried.
Yes, I do agree with you on it sounding hurried. I think it started ok, but then I started to speed up in places later on. As e.zurcher said its a "difficult piece to keep the pulse". I think its a case of back to the metronome. :contrat:
kmaaj wrote:I just a couple of days ago stumbled on a transcription I made of the Dowland Fantasie when I was in college. I used colored pencils to help me see and hear the linear motion of the voices when I played it. I'm in the process of swapping out scanner/printers right now, I could put it up on my website later in the day or early in the morning. If the moderators do not mind and know of a good way to put up scanned images of this up here, I'm happy to do it. Otherwise, I will just link to my website.
Thanks very much for this - I'll print it off.
"There is no duty we so much underrate as the duty of being happy.
By being happy we sow anonymous benefits upon the world."
Robert Louis Stevenson