On 17/09/16 00:05, Karlin High wrote:
> On 9/16/2016 5:26 PM, J Martin Rushton wrote:
>> 2) How does the "American" style indicate when the voices cross?
> 
> In short, it follows the "English" style until the cross-condition ceases.
> 
> Here's an example that came to hand: 
> https://s3.amazonaws.com/wayne-hooper/quartet-arrangements/alltheway.pdf
> See the third staff, end of third measure?
> 
> The notes for the voice that is normally on the bottom - SATB alto or 
> TTBB second tenor, and bass - will get down-stems.
> Voices normally on the top - SATB soprano or TTBB first tenor, and SATB 
> tenor or TTBB baritone - will get up-stems.
> --
> Karlin High
> Missouri, USA
> 
Thanks Karlin, that makes things much clearer.  In passing I also note
the use of the C-clef, but in an unusual position that makes it the same
as a conventional G-clef.
Regards,
Martin

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