I’m writing a little piece for strings octet, and the 3rd movement is a cello duet. I’d like to use double stops on one cello to give some support to the moving line coming from the other. How could I go about notating a two clef double stop? Should I use two staves like a piano or should I just write out a billion ledger lines and keep it in one clef?

Is there a way to accomplish this?
Vonj - Words of songs Chapter 8 "Emancipation Song"

Vonj – Words of songs Chapter 8 “Emancipation Song”

These are all expressions that came through my heart. I have written these pieces to fit in within a musical format. What you read here has already been musically recorded, I hope you enjoy these messages family. Love; Vonj.

I can’t understand,

How people say they see trouble,

but they don’t do nothing about it,

Can you, can you justify,

How you accept the falsities,

and fall ashamed of what the…

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An amazingly beautiful and original song. 

I’m off on another trip, this one from Brisbane Australia to Northern Michigan (via Sydney). Armed with nothing but a point and shoot camera for the next month and a half, I am planning on giving myself a painful lesson on the foundations of photography, composition!

This is my brothers little one, it was his first time at an airport and the joy he had about seeing the airplanes was amazing to watch.