Talk:Haec dies a 3 (William Byrd)
CPDL #3847 doesn't point to the correct file
The pdf file for CPDL #3847 originally given (now removed) is the exact same file as Haec dies - Alleluia Pascha nostrum (William Byrd) CPDL #4040 altought the URL is different. It's 5 part, not 3 part. But the source file is definitely different from that of CPDL #4040. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Catia mendes (talk • contribs) on 11:16, 21 November 2005.
- Should this page link to byrd-ha7? At present it links to a five-part setting.
- Also, is there a policy on how voicing is indicated? This is marked STB at the moment, as per Byrd's Superius/Tenor/Bassus, but by modern standards it's SAT, which strikes me as being a more useful way of representing voicing information.
- Ant 19:38, 14 September 2005 (PDT)
- I've tried to address this problem at last - the source (ENCORE) file for byrd-ha3 seems to be correct, while the source file for byrd-ha7 is a Sibelius file ... the mistake seems to be in the PDF file (and perhaps the MIDI file?) ChuckGiffen
- I've just tried opening the Encore file and failed. I'm removing the cleanup notice from this page since I don't think anything can be done to save CPDL #3847. Even the MIDI file seems to be for a different work... In any case, we have David Fraser's excellent edition to rely on! --Bobnotts talk 20:57, 22 October 2008 (UTC)