Java Zen:Thinking Out Loud Wednesday, 2017.05.24
It's good to look toward the end of things. Not only does it provide
perspective, but it also provides the stepping-stone to our next endeavor. When
things end, it should ideally mean the attainment of our goals. We should start
everything with a definite goal in mind; otherwise our lives will lack purpose.
Once we attain our goals, we should be glad and rest. We need the time for our
psyches to absorb the significance of our acts. With rest comes renewal, and
with renewal we can build the force of our characters and thereby stand stronger
for our futures.

		Deng Ming-Dao, "365 Tao - Daily Meditations", #316


Largo from Vivaldi’s Lute Concerto in D for the Cello

Finished transcribing Vivaldi’s Lute Concerto in D for the cello. Please drop me a note if you find any errors or have any suggestions for additional notation such as fingering, bowing, etc. Click here to download the PDF. The score was created using lilypond.

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Updated PDF file to reflect a more pleasing arrangement in measures 50 to 58. This change was inspired after listening to an old recording by Leona Boyd of the piece.