I don't know if it's just an oversight, but Prelude no. 17 is not here, while all the others are. Can you post it some time, please?
Interesting looking pieces - if I can print them out, I'd like to try playing them. But why do you have natural signs in front of every single white note, even when it's not needed to cancel a previous accidental? It really makes the scores a lot more difficult to read, and I don't see the point of it. Also, when a G-sharp (for example) appears repeatedly in one bar, the sharp sign is repeated for every note. Is this necessary?
It seems to me that it would simplify reading of the scores for most of the natural signs to be removed (except, of course, for the ones which cancel a sharp or flat), and maybe some of the repeated sharps and flats could be thinned out a bit too. M.J.E. 12:45, 26 February 2010 (UTC)