Re: #6Hardhat, 4/5 time is impossible. There's no such thing as a fifth note. That's pretty much the point. Might as well make it 4/3 time or 4/6, or 2/17.
Thumper, yes. For everyone who laughed at the image, at least one person tried to explain it, exemplified by these comments from a very good jazz guitarist:
"Here's what I see:
1. The flat symbols are reversed.
2. The fffffff notation is wrong. Fortissimo is ff.
3. The crescendo mark from ffffff to p (piano) is impossible. You can't go from stupid loud to quiet by getting louder.
4. The time signature is impossible: there's no such thing as a fifth note.
5. The tempo marking is incorrect; it uses an eighth rest rather than an eighth note.
6. Half notes are tied to eighth notes. That never happens.
7. The fermata over the final note is upside down.
I know there are more, but those are the ones I see."
My FB thread pretty much reflects what's happened here.