Despite assertions to the contrary, I remain unconvinced that all of the errors in the Score/Parts of "Coventry Variations" have been fully identified/corrected. For the benefit of anyone who may be interested, here is a copy of an e-mail I sent to Rosehill Music earlier today; I believe some of the errors to be self-evident; others are more a case of "suspicious inconsistencies" I make no claim that the list is in any way authoritative, and I await clarification from the publisher. "Dear Sirs, Further to the issue of Errata sheets 1 & 2 for "Coventry Variations", I have discovered further apparent errors/inconsistencies in the score; I would be grateful if you could advise on the following: Bar 51: Should not the Euph.'s also have a diminuendo starting on beat 2, in line with horns/bari.'s ? Bars 52-54: there are inconsistencies between Rep./2nd/3rd Cornets re: staccato markings; should not all parts have uniform stacc. on first & last quavers of each bar ? Bar 80: Is Soprano really supposed to be still fortissimo on the first quaver of the bar, when all other parts are subito piano ? Bars 156-172: Cornets & Trombones; in order for these chordal passages to be consistent, should not the following notes on Solo Cornet be 'A's and not 'G's? i) Bar 160: 3rd quaver ii) Bar 168: 3rd quaver Bar 215: 2nd Cornet (part only) - upper part on divisi, dotted crotchet on 4th quaver should be 'Gb' not 'F' ? Bar 223: Solo Cornet, lower part on divisi should descend to 2nd line 'Gb', not jump to unison high 'Gb' ? Bar 321: 1st quaver - Since lower divisi 2nd Cornet has been corrected to 'C' natural, should not 1st Horn also be corrected to 'G' natural ? Bar 321: Should not 1st Trombone Gliss. begin on 'E' flat, not 'E' natural, in order to be, i) consistent with Solo Cornet (1), and, ii) consistent with Bar 325 ? Bar 325: Again, for reasons of consistency, should not 1st & 2nd Horns have quaver 'Gb' and 'Eb' respectively on first quaver of bar, in line with Bar 321 (and in line with lower cornets in 325) ? Many thanks for your time and patience. Gareth"