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Edit: I figured out the title I think!!!! "Boxes of boxes" If you take all the notes given: Which solves to this: I know my answer still isn't making use of the red markings, so I'm not sure this is right, but it was fun to do! EDIT: Gareth McCaughan figured out the title was by combining the marked notes with the sudoku grid (Thanks Gareth! ...

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Featured in the past, compositions by musical uncle Francis, at: Handbill: La-Fa-Sol-Do-Re Ti-Fa-Sol-Do-Re Ti-Ti-Do-Sol-Mi-Re Sol-Do-Do-Mi-Sol Sol-Ti-La-Fa-Mi-Re-Mi-Re Ti-Fa-Sol-Do-Re La-Ti-Do-Fa-Mi-Re Fa-La-Ti-Mi-Sol Sol-Ti-La-Fa-Mi-Re-Mi-Re Mi-Mi-Sol-Mi-Sol La-Ti-Do-Sol-Mi-Re Fa-Do-Ti-Mi-Sol Sol-Do-Mi-Re Do-Mi-Re ...

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If we continue from MMAdams' discovery (if you like anything in this answer, go upvote MMAdams'!) and we get the following pattern: where e.g. This, if you squint at it a bit, says which also (note: the following contains a slightly spoilery conjecture about the metapuzzle)

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Feeling good about this one: Reasoning: Guesses for what each song in the soundtrack refers to: The first (solved) clue refers to: The second clue (thanks, nexolute) refers to:

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I would say the answer is Because it sounds like

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The song is:

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So: Now So I think Alice's favourite song is which turns out (thanks to Mike Ball in comments) to be

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The song is clearly supposed to be Which is a well known song by With some imagination it is pronounced the same as

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Partial answer If you decode every QR code using something like zxing.org, you get these codes (top to bottom): 1 2 3 4 Credits Gareth McCaughan♦ spotted a mistake.

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Another partial answer because I can't comment The image's alt attribute is aoPrk, so going to https://i.stack.imgur.com/aoPrk.png, we see the order of the qr codes. Plugging in the decoded words from R.M's answer, we see No clue where to go from here.

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Could be

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Like @Stiv commented, I don’t know if anyone can get them all alone, so I began by making my contribution and adding to it. Contributors to this answer include myself, Braegh, Stiv, GrumpyLlama59, and Darrel Hoffman. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) The four groups are: This implies that the hope for a satisfying ...

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Step 1: The Music Box Transcription: Transcribed Values: (using @supinf method) BASS CLEF (ROWS): 7 1 2 3 7 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 3 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 4 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 2 1 1 5 5 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 9 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 9 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 8 1 3 ...

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They were stealing The notes read Modified Newtonian Dynamics is

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Did she accidentally leave for her flat? Or did someone maybe Either reason would account for (Probably not the correct answer, since neither reason quite explains the two extra notes in the music, nor why the first and second lines have been swapped. But with the chance to put all those music puns into an answer, it's not like that's going to stop me ...

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Just to show what can happen when important ciphers get into the wrong hands, a partial decryption suggests that if Jack and Dave were me, what they would do is look for a lawyer. What were Jack and Dave thinking!, entering dance bars with A minor. Time to face the music. Apologies to anyone unfamiliar, or too familiar, with music theory, and to the ...

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The patterns on the eggs are

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You are

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Cracked it! The two anagrams at the top of the score are the keys to this puzzle: The first clue gives us three of the song titles: Ignore the rests — they are just there to pad out each bar to the required length. If you count the number of semiquavers in each note or cluster of tied notes, then convert them to letters of the alphabet (A=1, B=2, etc.), ...

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To start, a big shout-out to JNF for getting me most of the way there. (If you upvote me, please upvote them as well!) Step one: Step two: Therefore the encoded message is

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The answer is Explanation Explanation of hints

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Not a solution, but here's a conversion of the image to text, to make this puzzle accessible to the blind. :) Braille: ⠼⠁⠋⠉⠃⠉⠑⠋⠁⠤⠚ ⠼⠃⠃⠋⠙⠋⠁⠃⠃⠤⠚ ⠼⠉⠉⠃⠙⠁⠋⠉⠉⠤⠁⠀⠼⠁⠃⠉⠋⠉⠉⠃⠁⠤⠚ ⠼⠋⠙⠁⠉⠑⠃⠙⠋⠤⠁⠀⠼⠁⠙⠙⠃⠉⠋⠙⠁⠤⠚ ⠼⠋⠑⠃⠃⠁⠙⠑⠋⠤⠚⠀⠼⠙⠁⠑⠉⠑⠋⠁⠙⠤⠁ ⠼⠁⠋⠉⠑⠃⠙⠋⠁⠤⠚⠀⠼⠋⠃⠙⠉⠉⠉⠃⠋⠤⠚ ⠼⠋⠁⠉⠑⠙⠃⠁⠋⠤⠁⠀⠼⠁⠙⠋⠙⠋⠉⠙⠁⠤⠁ ⠼⠃⠙⠉⠉⠙⠉⠙⠃⠤⠁⠀⠼⠙⠙⠙⠃⠉⠙⠙⠙⠤⠚ ⠼⠁⠁⠉⠉⠉⠉⠁⠁⠤⠚⠀⠼⠙⠃⠋⠑⠁⠃⠃⠙⠤⠚ ⠼⠉⠙⠁⠃⠙⠉⠙⠉⠤⠁⠀⠼⠁⠁⠋⠙⠃⠉⠁⠁⠤⠚ ⠼⠋⠋⠉⠃⠙⠑⠋⠋⠤⠚⠀⠼⠁⠉⠋⠙⠃⠉⠉⠁⠤...

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Doing a Fourier transform on the scan from the newspaper gives us this in the lower left corner: text: I IV VII C 1 5 11 AV BS CG DL FU NZ IX KM OW RE START:WXC MSGKEY:KCH These are clearly settings for an Enigma Machine: Putting the Morse transmission from Matt's post through an Enigma machine with these settings we get or more readable: Thus your ...

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Based entirely on @Alex's answer, this could be

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This made me laugh so much when I got it. Line by line first, answer at the bottom. This glancing blow, In freezing snow, Of a cat woman, In faux platinum, Dedicated to bonneted lassies, Elegant ladies so classy, Boy loving Mona Lisas, Dressed like fashionistas, Always so enticing, In urban life thriving, With sneakers on my feet, Patron of archivists I ...

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Answer: The three lines correspond to three songs. Song #1 Song #2 Song #3 Final Step PS: Bob Dylan is great.

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Some possible answers... 4 Across: Flickering flare (9) 7 Across: What philanthropists do with money (18) 16 Across: Almost all my Cards are Spades, Clubs, and Diamonds (3) 19 Across: "Johnny, your sheets smell terrible!" (7) 20 Across: Wounded by passion (8) 25 Across: You disturbed me from dusk 'till dawn (4) 26 Across: Evaluating the pros and cons ...

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