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Probably not all marked perfectly, but close enough! I figured if I didn't go ahead and get this done soon, everyone would have forgotten the Women's March, and I'd need to write a new one to honor a different set of marchers. Hmm... I hear the March for Science is coming... Shout out to Ken for helping me figure out my accidentals, in all their multitudes!
If anyone feels like a puzzle and has time, I'd love some help. I don't have the theory background to be able to define what I'm doing here other than "it's jazzy." I believe I've got a bit of Dorian in there. Probably some harmonic minor and melodic minor. And some stuff that can just be considered chromaticism and notated however it makes the fiddle-y bits easiest to read. If I could confidently pin down a key or mode for the major sections, I'd be able to figure out which accidentals are sharps vs. flats, but right now I'm not too confident. (Hides head in shame from all the pianists here.) I would love any guidance you can send my way! (Also, if any string players want to nit-pick my slurring decisions, please let me know! I used to play violin, but it's been about 15 years.) Thanks! -pateceramics Pussy Cat March.mid