It’s all Greek to me

This is fun.  Just been to the first orchestral rehearsal for Orpheus, and found that the part not only hasn’t been cleaned by the previous borrower, but has pencil markings in English, French, German, Italian and Greek.

“διαλογοσ” – I can cope with that one.  And seeing “αccelerando” is a bit weird, but OK.  However, there’s some stuff here that I really can’t understand, not that it matters.

Lots of cuts to mark in, and a few corners to practise.

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