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 Post subject: Confusion in Beethoven's variations page
PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 10:32 pm 
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Hello,
On the Beethoven's variations pages, there is a small mess (an apparent confusion between the 32 variations in Cminor, and the Diabelli's 33 variations):

http://pianosociety.com/cms/index.php?section=106

One solution is just to move up the 32 variation recordings, above the text about the Diabelli's.

Thanks,

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hmm....well, it's just a little out of order. I actually think the Neil O'Doan table of 33 variations should be moved to right underneath the first table that lists the variations. Chris - can your program do that all at once automatically, or do I need to transfer the files one at a time?

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pianolady wrote:
hmm....well, it's just a little out of order. I actually think the Neil O'Doan table of 33 variations should be moved to right underneath the first table that lists the variations.

Yes that is all there seems wrong with it, plus inserting boldface headers for both sets of variations.

pianolady wrote:
Chris - can your program do that all at once automatically, or do I need to transfer the files one at a time?

This is probably best done by editing the raw html. I'll do it tonight.

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techneut wrote:
This is probably best done by editing the raw html. I'll do it tonight.


Thanks, sweetie! :) :lol:

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pianolady wrote:
Thanks, sweetie! :) :lol:

Anything for you :roll:

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I have cleaned up and greatly simplified this page which was very inconsistent and messy inside.
Joined all the Diabelli tracks together and omitted all the inidividual variation titles (we dont't do that for other variations either).

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Thanks for cleaning ! Maybe a chronological order would be more appropriate, but this is a matter of convention.

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Francois de Larrard wrote:
Thanks for cleaning ! Maybe a chronological order would be more appropriate, but this is a matter of convention.

Yes I thought about that, it would be better.
And thanks for reporting this.

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