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Thread: 4/3 Time Signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuffink View Post
    Carl Orff's system is very elegant...

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    I agree. Seems plain enough, if I interpret it correctly as a form of 9/8 with a specific internal rhythmic pattern (very subtly different from normal 9/8).

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    Thank you JonR!

    Thank you JonR!

    it was refreshing to hear back from you about this. I had never heard of a "Crotchet" before.

    Cool style nuffink "Orff" has tried to muddy these waters as JonR has so hopefully encouraged us to avoid. I cannot understand What Orff intended with his new style, as elegant as it is.


    Quote Originally Posted by nuffink View Post
    Carl Orff's system is very elegant...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonR View Post
    I agree. Seems plain enough, if I interpret it correctly as a form of 9/8 with a specific internal rhythmic pattern (very subtly different from normal 9/8).
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    As I understand it Jon, that's two time signatures. The first is 3/8, the second 6/8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuffink View Post
    Orff_time_signatures.gif

    As I understand it Jon, that's two time signatures. The first is 3/8, the second 6/8.
    Oh, OK. Makes even more sense!

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    You're a math major aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by giupviecnhagioi View Post
    You're a math major aren't you?
    I can't tell whether you're joking or not.
    The answer is no, in any case.

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