Just think, if they banned 12/8 time...

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  1. bigcol

    bigcol Member

    Rachel Stevens would be knackered for a start!
     
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  3. Straightmute

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    And Triumphant Rhapsody would end very inconclusively, at the cornet cadenza...

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  4. aimee_euph

    aimee_euph Member

    an they would have to ban 7/8 and 5/8 too and our pontins test piece would be so much easier :wink:
     
  5. bigcol

    bigcol Member

    1,000's of Liverpool and Celtic fans would have to pick a new anthem.
     
  6. aimee_euph

    aimee_euph Member

    or everything wuld be rewritten in 4/4?
     
  7. Keppler

    Keppler Moderator Staff Member

    ....with lots of triplets, thus increasing the inkload-per-page-of-sheet-music factor (IPPSM factor - was an old htv quiz show) and eventually causing the corruption of mankind to extreme-capitalism...
     
  8. bigcol

    bigcol Member

    No just use the confusing dotted-quaver semi quaver equals triplets notation which is used at the top of every Bernarts publication. ;)
     
  9. GJG

    GJG Well-Known Member

    Why?
     
  10. bigcol

    bigcol Member

    "when you walk, through a storm...." 12/8.
     
  11. GJG

    GJG Well-Known Member

    Ah!

    Whilst I seem to recall a brass band arrangement of "You'll never walk alone" in 12/8 time, having recently endured a week playing in the Orchestra pit for a production of "Carousel", I can assure you that the original version is in 4/4 time!

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    G.
     
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  13. bigcol

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    Ok you'd have to advise the football crowds beforehand :wink:
     
  14. andyp

    andyp Active Member

    Indeed there is a 12/8 version, and very cheesy it is too (and dirgey if too slow). It's arpeggios-r-us in the accompaniment, bit like a one-finger keyboard. Best to get Howard Snell's version (in 4/4 as it should be), harder but much better playing and listening!
     
  15. Keppler

    Keppler Moderator Staff Member

    "dum chh-chh-chh chhh chh chh, dum chh-chh-chh chh chh chh"

    as cheese goes, not bad though. I quite like it ;)
     

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