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Old 06-17-2016, 11:47 AM   #1
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Greetings from Bonnie Scotland

I thought it would be a good intellectual exercise to try and use Access to build a database of operatic information.

The original idea was to have a database showing the names of operas along with their composers, synopses and other general information. Ambition then outstripped ability when I thought I would add arias for each of the four voices, together with the original lyrics and English translations. I would then add a further list of tenors, sopranos and so on and link this to actual mp3 files of the arias. I am now swimming in a sea of " one to manys " and " many to manys". I have not even got round to thinking of duets, trios, quartets.....

Perhaps I should stick to fishing and golf.

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Welcome to the Forum. The secret often is to add things one at a time learning as you go
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Thanks for the encouragement. I think you are absolutely right and will persevere. It is a bit like banging your head against wall until you get the light bulb moment.

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I think you are absolutely right and will persevere. It is a bit like banging your head against wall until you get the light bulb moment.
Just hope the head holds up long enough for those non-too-frequent moments!

You have come to the right place, one step at a time and you will get there!

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