Steve, I'm not clear on what counts as a C cadence in this context - from what I have picked up C is the cofinalis or dominant of the hypodorian with finalis A, but I guess that doesn't mean that the progression from C to Am counts as a cadence (or does it?!) I can't see any C/Am changes, but then there don't seem to be any C/F changes either. Are we talking about a cadence on to the dominant, e.g. G/C?stevel wrote:The section with all the "C" cadences is the Hypodorian section. We're transposed up a 5th here, so the Dominant of Hypodorian, originally F, is now C. In my experience, the "ambitus" isn't usually take literally. The Dominant and Finalis are more important in determining mode (and there are pieces that don't even end on the correct Finalis!).
Fantastic paper, clear but detailed. And I went back to the laguitarra website and found a plethora of great stuff, mainly in Spanish (which luckily I can read) but some articles in Englishstevel wrote:Eric, I wonder if you've seen this:
http://www.laguitarra-blog.com/wp-conte ... alysis.pdf
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