Are bowing signs included in part-measure repeats? For example, if I have: down bow / note with a lot of extra information / down bow / identical note situation. Does a repeat include the down-bow, or should it be stated before the repeat?
In larger repeats, if there are bowing signs the first time around and not the second time around, does that mean a repeat can't be used? I was originally thinking of bowing signs as similar to fingerings (like an aid to the musician), but I suppose it's more stylistic than that.
And I consulted with a cellist for whom I transcribe and she says it is perfectly acceptable to use a repeat when the second occurrence has no bowing indicators when the original passage did. So think of it the same way as fingerings.