Housekeeping-- bowings fixed

Most recently (in the seemingly never-ending editing process) I just fixed some bowings which were marked the opposite of what they should be in Dawning of the Day and Go Tell Aunt Rhody!  The latter also contains a new intro, which is not recorded...yet.  

Meanwhile, I hope you and your students are exploring and enjoying the music.  I am still thinking about what the next batch of arrangements will be...either Swedish tunes or American, I'm not sure.  In any case, it will take a bit of time before they appear.  But, they will be coming.

Note about notation

I just updated all the scores with a footnote about the turn symbol.  I am using it the way it is usually used in Irish books, to mean "play one note above and back to the printed note."  Technically a mordent symbol should be used for a note above ornament, but I guess I like how the turn looks, just like the Irish!  Speaking of Irish musicians, they call this ornament a if you took one note and cut it in two by adding the grace note.  

Thank you to Mr. Maurer, for pointing out this issue!