April 12 - Open Books
Finish Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron (1351), in the
John Florio attributed translation (c. 1620)
as found in an old volume which may date back two centures (1899); as well as the Britannica Great Books (1952) version of
The Enneads (c. 270).
Another uacceptable problem noted in iMovie: that automatic saves are not properly done -- google the issue, and it seems particularly prevalent in titles, when changing such, and, of course, a spelling mistake is found in three of The Decameron - First Day's videos, the alteration of which is not without trialish tribulations. This done, charge ahead with the 23rd letter of the Russian alphabet ("khah"), email out the pdf's of Bela Bartok's Orchestral Suite No. 2 to Opus Project Orchestra members, welcome another piece by Michael Stubblefield into the Opus 4 program, do a bit more recruitment for same, find translation of Anton Webern's Opus 4, No. 2, do one for Darius Milhaud's Le Brebis Egaree (Act I, Scene I, and determine what exactly will be done, and how), and finally finishing Decameron- First Day vocal scores in the later evening, partly over the film of
Erich Maria Remarque's
All Quiet on the Western Front (1929 / 1930), with Harriet, on this the 24th day of summer, 3rd above 80, 2nd exactly at that mark.