Species Counterpoint Exercises

I Solutions

1 part11 pages17:3412 days ago4 views
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Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

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We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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I Exercises

2 parts11 pages17:3412 days ago7 views
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Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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I Distinct

2 parts2 pages04:4412 days ago4 views
Piano(2)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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I Annotations

2 parts14 pages17:3412 days ago4 views
Piano(2)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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II Solutions

3 parts14 pages16:2412 days ago2 views
Piano(3)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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II Exercises

3 parts14 pages16:2412 days ago5 views
Piano(3)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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II Distinct

3 parts6 pages07:0612 days ago2 views
Piano(3)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

Four Score And More exists to democratise access to music theory; please post a comment or send a message if you have questions, suggestions, or requests.

II Annotations

3 parts17 pages16:2412 days ago5 views
Piano(3)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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III Solutions

4 parts13 pages11:3812 days ago3 views
Piano(4)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

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III Exercises

4 parts13 pages11:3812 days ago1 views
Piano(4)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

Four Score And More exists to democratise access to music theory; please post a comment or send a message if you have questions, suggestions, or requests.

III Distinct

4 parts8 pages09:2812 days ago2 views
Piano(4)
Please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/ for more information on these species counterpoint exercises and how to use them.

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

Four Score And More exists to democratise access to music theory; please post a comment or send a message if you have questions, suggestions, or requests.

III Annotations

4 parts16 pages11:3812 days ago3 views
Piano(4)
For more information on what these species counterpoint exercises are / are for, please head to https://fourscoreandmore.org/species/

These files are released under a CC0 1.0 Universal (Public Domain) license: Mark Gotham / Four Score And More waive all rights to this document. Please acknowledge us in any research or public-facing derivative work (but do not imply my / our endorsement).

We, in turn, gratefully acknowledge that these files are based on public domain transcriptions by Jay Wilson (https://musescore.com/user/43726/) and made using code built on top of the music21 library (http://web.mit.edu/music21/). Thank you Jay! Thank you music21!

Feel free to post a comment or send a message if you have questions or suggestions. Four Score And More exists to democratise access to music theory so let us know how we can best serve your education.