Ok, folks, you know the middle section, marked "Move!"? Does anyone think Goff Richards meant the crotchet of the new tempo equaling the minim of the old tempo, making it beat = beat? To me, as well as being more musical, this makes more sense at the sign, when the 2/4 bar takes you back to the original tune, and where there is no indication of Crotchet should now = the minim. With bands trying to play it far quicker in the Move! section, taking the tempo up into the stratosphere, it sounds awful - even on a recording I've heard by a well respected top section band. Thoughts?