I'm particularly curious to hear a version in F on anglo.
Jim, i don't find your upper version any squeaky,. To me, the main problem with the upper range is lack of power, and that the top notes tend to be covered by the lower ones. For instance, your upper note in the B part ( must be f') disapears a little bit in the harmonies... Maybe doubling it at the lower octave would reinforce it.
Quite lovely! Any chance that you have notated your accompaniment?
Thanks Don. I can do a transcription if i find a little time, but i'm not sure which kind of notation will be more useful... Especially because i play the g/d in a transposed way, thinking of it as a c/g. So i can most easily provide a transciption in the key of c, not g...