This item is not in the library — it is a part of: C. Cardew (ed.), Nature Study Notes (full, 1969).

The time available is divided by the number of people taking part. Each person then plays for this fraction of the total time. He can split it up any way he wishes.


Rite. An example: there are 20 players and 10 minutes available for the performance: then each person plays for a total of 30 seconds during the 10 mins. (Not necessarily all at once. It may be 1 duration of 30 secs, or 30 durations of 1 sec. or any other way of dividing the 30 secs., and he may play at any time during the 10 mins., but not more than 30 secs. in all.)

Michael Parsons

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