Summer ad Parnassum (4:1 Phrygian)

4:1 Above Cantus

What I like: I like stepwise motion and this thing has two, count them TWO full octave scale runs. And a cambiata. The few leaps that happen are well timed and quite refreshing.

What I don’t like: Are these scales signaling a lack of creativity? I think I need more skips to create an intriguing melody and not just something that “works.”

4:1 Below Cantus

What I like: With a few minor exceptions, this is invertible counterpoint. Your mind has been blown!

What I don’t like: Most of the fixes I made to the upper counterpoint seems to have made this lower counterpoint totally invertible (I could put this back on top as is and it should be fine). I wish I would have noticed that before doing this post because it would be far more impressive.

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