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Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #700
Maurizio,


I cant find any problem with the pages I have looked at.

I have tested the following:
The link from whatsnew.php  That leads to the info file which has a link to the nwc file. That all works.
The link from the classs.html page. That opens the file directly. 
The link from the info file on classs.html - That brings up the small info square which has a link to the file. That's ok.
 Clicking on the right pointing arrow in that small square brings up the full details with another link to the file. That works ok.
Finally, doing a Scripto search for "Scherz - Polka, Op. 72" also brings up a link as a search result.  That leads to the info page and also works.


Can you please explain what is not working for you and from where


Thanks
Rich.

Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #701
Rich,
now it's working. Before, everything worked but that link!
I don't know.

Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #702
Perhaps you were having one of your jokes with me ?

By the way, if you consider "Scherz" to be mis-named, it is the submitter who gave it that name. But perhaps he got it from  Strauss sheet music. I don't know the piece and so can't comment.
Rich.

Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #703
By the way, if you consider "Scherz" to be mis-named
No, I don't.
I meant that maybe that page, and that link, was a joke, even if April is long gone...  ;)

Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #704
One of the concert bands I play in is currently rehearsing a piece called "Scherzpolka" by Thomas Doss.  It's sub-titled "Polka For fun"...

Youtube it here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdX-9kYROiU
I plays 'Bones, crumpets, coronets, floosgals 'n youfonymums - gonna lern tubies next

Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #705
The "Scherzpolka" reminds me of Mozart's "Ein musikalischer Spaß"... and also a bit of "Le boeuf sur le toit" by Milhaud.

Re: Scriptorium Update
Reply #706
Folks,   
The Scriptorium has been updated with works submitted by :

John Hooper   Joseph and his brethren   (Handel)
John Hooper   This day Christ was born   (Byrd)
Bertrand Vanbrabant   Kettenbrücke - Walzer, Op. 4   (Strauss, Johann)
Mike Gibson   Almighty God, who by thy Son (Gibbons)
Richard Woodroffe   Der Vatermörder (The parricide)   (Schubert)

If you would like to be notified every time the Scriptorium is updated, please send an e-mail  requesting Scriptorium Update
notification to scriptoman "at" tiscali "dot" co "dot" uk
https://nwc-scriptorium.org/whatsnew.php

Rich.