Talk:Haec dies a 3 (William Byrd)

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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 (talkcontribs) 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)