[r-t] 5088 Uxbridge etc

Jim Clatworthy jim at clat.wanadoo.co.uk
Wed Dec 5 15:39:15 UTC 2007


> > Is it true to B D K between M and W? 

Don M:- 

> Is this really a meaningful question? Don't you need to take 
> advantage of the incidence of falseness here more precisely 
> then just "between M and W"? I'd be surprised if it were even 
> possible to construct such a 
> 144 cru three part, tenors together in course apart from sTsV 
> that is universally true to all of BDK between M and W. 
> Certainly your own composition doesn't appear to have this 
> property. In fact I don't think it's universally true to any 
> of those three fch groups between M and W: 
> It contains the full plain course. 
> It contains between M and W some of the 24365 course, B 
> falseness v pc. 
> It contains between M and W some of the 46253 course, D 
> falseness v pc. 
> It contains between M and W some of the 53624 course, K 
> falseness v pc. 
> Or is there some subtlety having to do with where the BDK 
> falseness have to be in an Uxbridge like method that I'm missing? 

Sorry, mine was carelessly worded. 

The method I'm looking at has B D K in lead 3(4ths pb) and lead 5(3rds pb)
but only B D in lead 4(2nds pb). 
It's clean in all the others - vitally lead 6(5ths pb). 


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