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Re: 5027: NR example with bad engraving practice

From: Hans Aikema
Subject: Re: 5027: NR example with bad engraving practice
Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2017 23:42:45 +0100

> On 5 Jan 2017, at 23:16, Simon Albrecht <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> On 04.01.2017 15:01, Hans Åberg wrote:
>>>> This is just a quirk of the 4/4 [meter], also mentioned in Hindemith, 
>>>> "Elementary Training", p. 30. In other words, the note should not cross 
>>>> the 2nd and 4th metric accents, but it can cross the [3rd].
> I’ve never heard of that and would assume it is a peculiarity in Hindemith. 
> Can anyone cite Gould or similar on the topic?
> Best, Simon
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Have Gould at hand, but I think it depends on interpretation of Gould p171 in 
the section on Syncopation

The following common patterns are exceptions and should always be written as 

description of the image that follows for 4/4 time:
crotchet minim crotchet  and not crotchet crotchet tie crotchet crotchet

does that hold for ‘minim in the middle of the measure’ or just for an exact 
crotchet minim crotchet measure?

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