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Re: Persian musical koron and sori

From: Kees van den Doel
Subject: Re: Persian musical koron and sori
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2009 13:50:08 -0800

> On 2 Feb 2009, at 20:58, Kees van den Doel wrote:
> > I have several shelves of Persian music books and I have never 
> seen  
> > that "variation".
> > The sori is always a rotated = with an > on it, and the koron 
> akways  
> > has the '>' body.
> That is good to know - I think what you say is best, being 
> most  
> distinguishable (like from an inverted b or some other sharp 
> variation).
> There is a small subtlety: the usual sharp # is usually drawn a 
> bit  
> slanted (endpoints of vertical bars not exactly level, but 
> moving up).  
> I think this may have to do with how the horizontal lines "=" 
> are  
> drawn (somewhat slanted upwards). These horizontal lines are 
> also  
> usually drawn fat.
> Can you see in your examples how the sori is drawn in these 
> respects?  
> That is, are vertical line endpoints level, 

No, the vertical lines are just as in the normal sharp.

> and is the ">" fatter?

Usually not, but they are handwritten.  I'll scan in some more examples to 


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