Ideas obviously stolen from James Scott Skinner and his composition “The Mathematician”…
C: James Scott Skinner
Submitted on June 15th 2003 by cj.
Set just to confuse and irritate those addicted to Mr. Skinner’s "Mathematician"… The devil made me do it… 8-)
It’s not going to work - some sections of the B-part should be at least an octave higher to be convincing :-)
Always fiddlin’ with the figures… ;-) In this case the lowdown…
Similar to what lazyhounds says, at least half the B part needs to be in 3rd position or higher to count as a take off of the Math’.
Plenty of accidents in there though, I will give ya that.
Did you ever think there was a reason it went ‘against’ that whoop up to the high f’? And yes, there was madness and reason in catching every accidental possible… It’s both a pastiche and a satire… 8-)
But just for you two, here’s the missing alternative, the last 4 bars of the B-part, higher than Skinner, one step up to g’ ~
f>da>f d>a (3fed | g>^ga>^a b>g’b>=c’ | c’2 (3bge (3cBA (3gec | (3dAf (3dAF D2 :|