An excellent step-by-step write-up. I will use a more casual style since you did such a good job.
I ran into a few additional problems when I installed: for some reason pip (a python package installer) is broken in newer versions of Cygwin, so you will want to make sure it is installed first. You can check to see if a binary is installed in most Unix or Cygwin (unix shell used on Windows and other environments) by typing in "which pip".
If you don't have git installed you can always download the ZIP file instead and unzip and then "tar -xvf *.tar" the file yourself. I would strongly recommend using some kind of version control, but that's a different conversation.
I noticed that there were a few additional python modules that were needed (attr, and Fado), you can find them on https://pypi.python.org, download and if you just want things running place the "attr" and "FAdo" directories in the Round1 "src" directory. They should go into a more permanent home, mind you.
Once you have things at this point you should be able to run.
It's a shame that getting things set up is so complicated; this is usually the case with getting started with programming. There is (regretfully) a sink-or-swim mentality with development; directions not matching the current versions, obscure error messages, broken links; but if you stick with it you can get to the point where your ideas will become real, and it is worth it. Just remember, we are all starting with equal footing here.