Thanks for your thoughts, Larry. My feeling was that, because this is part of a university course outline, including as much information as possible from the print version might be a good idea. Now I'm wondering if in a little sonata for viola and cembalo, where the two clefs are different (C for the viola and F for the cembalo) it might be a good thing to include the clef signs in the transcription ... for the same reason, that for students, maybe maximum info is a good thing. That said, if they were shown, I wouldn't know where to place the clef signs on each parallel of the transcription. Neither BANA nor DeGarmo cover that situation.