Might not need a new thread we can always do them as part of SOTM or BOTM or if @aldevis will let us on IOTM but that would be much trickierGiven todays technology it was pretty easy to do. Just sort out beforehand who is playing where and what. Even if email accounts can't/won't handle big .wav files there is always box.com, where you can upload them too. Then just share a link. In this case Jeanette sent me the audio as an mp3. Was fun being given something you didn't expect and tbh couldn't remember what you had done in the first place. Perhaps a duet of the month thread might be something to think about if there is the interest. Tenor and soprano seemed to work well together on this one.
Your tone, control, and intonation are quite good---especially considering how long you have been playing. The one suggestion I have (since you asked ) would be to try to listen more to the backing track/accompaniment as you play. I know how challenging this is to do at first when your mind is so focused on playing your part. Something that might help is to sing the melody along with the track several times paying attention to which words line up with the chord changes---especially at the start of each measure such as saw sun eyes moon stars etc. Another good way to practice is to finger the notes silently as you sing the melody and listen to the accompaniment.@Jeanette, Here is one from an inexperienced player. I took some time off from my homework, It is not note perfect and I lost the tone in the last 2 bars when I tried to make the last 7 beats more interesting. I would be grateful for suggestions for improvement.