There are three different cases I can think of, with a Da Coda embedded within repeat signs. My question for these three cases is the same: Do you jump to the Coda right when you reach the Da Coda or do you do the repeat first and then jump to the Coda? With the examples below, this means: when do you skip bar 3, and when do you repeat bars 2 and 3?
- In this first case, we just have a Da Coda between two repeat signs. My assumption is that you do bars 1-2-3-2-4.
- In this second case, let's add a Da Capo on the 2nd repeat sign (and I assume it would work the same with a Da Segno if the Segno as situated before the 1st repeat sign). My assumption is that you do bars 1-2-3-2-3-1-2-3-2-4.
- Finally, we could precise Al Coda on our Da Capo (and again, I assume this to be similar to a Da Segno). My assumption is that you'd do 1-2-3-2-3-1-2-4.