Johnston vs Sagittal: Notating the Johnston Quartets

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cam.taylor
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Johnston vs Sagittal: Notating the Johnston Quartets

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Hi all. A while ago I did a handwritten version of Johnston's 10th Quartet 3rd movement, to compare with Johnston's own JI notation. I have since made a version in Mus2 using mixed Sagittal accidentals that plays back pitch correctly. I will probably also make a Pure Sagittal version for those interested, but for now, let us compare the two notations.

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Cam,
Am I missing something? I don't see any comparison between the Johnston notation and Sagittal, as mentioned in your original 2016 post...what happened?
Regards,
Joel Taylor :?:

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