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- In the title, the second word should be 'integra', not 'intagra'.
 
- In the title, the second word should be 'integra', not 'intagra'.
 
 
- In bar 9, Cantus, the descending scale should be maintained, so the G should be an E: this is a melodic line that is repeated a number of times.
 
- In bar 9, Cantus, the descending scale should be maintained, so the G should be an E: this is a melodic line that is repeated a number of times.
 
 
- In bar 40, Tenor 1, an editorial B natural is desirable, to avoid the tritone.
 
- In bar 40, Tenor 1, an editorial B natural is desirable, to avoid the tritone.
 
 
- In bar 102, Tenor 1, the second note should be G rather than F (other sources confirm this).
 
- In bar 102, Tenor 1, the second note should be G rather than F (other sources confirm this).
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- In bar 136, Tenor 1's first note again requires an editorial natural, I think. <br>[[user:Mick Swithinbank|Mick Swithinbank]]
  
- In bar 136, Tenor 1's first note again requires an editorial natural, I think. - [[user:Mick Swithinbank|Mick Swithinbank]]
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The underlay in several parts looks odd in several of the parts, missing in some places and some odd word placings.<br>
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[[User:Jamesgibb|Jamesgibb]] ([[User talk:Jamesgibb|talk]]) 09:06, 29 July 2013 (UTC)

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- In the title, the second word should be 'integra', not 'intagra'. - In bar 9, Cantus, the descending scale should be maintained, so the G should be an E: this is a melodic line that is repeated a number of times. - In bar 40, Tenor 1, an editorial B natural is desirable, to avoid the tritone. - In bar 102, Tenor 1, the second note should be G rather than F (other sources confirm this). - In bar 136, Tenor 1's first note again requires an editorial natural, I think.
Mick Swithinbank

The underlay in several parts looks odd in several of the parts, missing in some places and some odd word placings.
Jamesgibb (talk) 09:06, 29 July 2013 (UTC)