"I'd like to offer an alternative interpretation here, one that begins with parallel fourths instead of unisons. But I found that when I did this, I had to switch the voices, placing the vox organalis on top, or else the voices would…"
"With much thanks to Dominique for sharing this, I'd like to offer a tentative transcription of the organum - also appearing in the Facebook group "The Lost World: Group for the Study of Early Western Polyphony 900-1100." (Though…"
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"Yes it does seem to be from Q.B. 1. The trouble is, the top line from Q.B.1 is nearly unreadable from "altera" through "arbor"... From where did he get that section of the triplum? Not from F, W1, or W2... "