Error in Sweet Pipes SP2318 exercise 45?

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    Rex Kerr
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    On page 11 of Alto book 1, exercise #45 there seem to be an error in that the first measure starts with a B that hasn’t previously been introduced. While I know the fingering for B and could just play it as written, I suspect that it really wants me to play something else, possibly a C, given that all of the other measures contains C,D,E, and F.

    Anybody else encountered that?

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    Ken In Dallas
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    Alto Book One, Sweet Pipes SP2318, Page 11, Exercise 45? “B?”

    … and while we’re here, I have a student in his 70s who’s never studied music before that I’m teaching alto to. I recorded and posted on SoundCloud a 14th Century duet that’s in the back of your book (Edi beo thu Hevene Quene – Page 41, Exercise 187.) It’s at about 35 bpm as he’s struggling with finger dexterity and timing, but you might find it interesting for an early duet experience. I’ll likely post it faster when he’s ready. If you’re interested….

    https://soundcloud.com/user-391922944/alto-sweet-pipes-ex-187-pg-41-edi-beo-thu-hevene-quene

    — k —

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    Ken In Dallas
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    Sorry – The attachment (Page 11) now appears twice for some reason – likely me.

    #1394

    Rex Kerr
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    Interesting. Your photo attachments show a C, but in my copy it shows a B — looks like you have a corrected version, or I have a newly mistaken version. C seemed to fit the expected pattern the best, so I’ve been playing C there.

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    Ken In Dallas
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    If only all the World’s problems could be understood and corrected so easily. — k

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