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"Come on in to Post Town!" (Solo
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I would suggest rewriting the whole thing with eighths with a swing feel. That should get rid of most of the visual clutter.
This was a piece of advice on Bespinben's version of the song. but I still think it applies to this sheet. When I learned this one, it took me quite a while to get the hang of the rhythms, and after re-writing a few measures in swing I felt this looked a lot
cleaner and easier to read. Other notable changes:
~Number of clef changes drastically reduced. Most of the song fits pretty comfortably in the normal bass clef, with occasional 8vbs. (See measures 4-6, for example.)
~Same with ledger lines. (See measure 46-48, for example.)
~Redistribution of the work between the two hands. In particular, I found swapping the LH and RH parts in half of measure 7 more intuitive (see my performance
for demonstration). Measure 51 is easier if the RH takes some of the work, as notated in the sheet. And for measure 63-64 I made it clear which notes to toss to the LH.
But of course, this is still your sheet; all the notes are there and it should sound the same as your MIDI, save for some articulation. If you disagree with any of this, just let me know!
Also, I'm not done yet. I still have to rework some smaller things like measure distribution and aesthetics, aligning swung eighths with triplets, keysig changes, articulations, and a couple of spots where I'd suggest changing the actual notes (measure 36, mostly) but yeah, it's mostly there