[SCA-Dance] Rant: I want beats. I wants steps. I don't want measures.
eclectic at mit.edu
Sun Feb 8 22:35:09 EST 2015
My preferred notation is to give both bars and counts. That *does* fit
all, but it's extra trouble for the person writing the description, as well
as taking up more space.
reply-to: eclectic at mit.edu
On Sun, Feb 8, 2015 at 8:41 PM, Aaron Macks <upelluri at gmail.com> wrote:
> In the sources it's just called a "Measure", no other genre seems
> attached to it
> On 2/8/15 8:30 PM, Alexander Clark wrote:
> > The usual way to do Earl of Essex, by the sources, is a single to each
> > (probably in two beats per single), then double forward and double
> > backward. And I don't recall that it was called an alman.
> Aaron Macks(aaronm at wiglaf.org) [http://www.wiglaf.org/~aaronm ]
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